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April 26, 2018

Your portfolio on homepage & which lens for birding?

Smokies_4-25-2018_274333-sq110px.jpgThis week we have three items:

Inspiration: ANPAT18 Spring trip has completed its third day and Eric shares some good images from the Great Smokey Mountains National Park.

Exposure: Member portfolios have been enhanced and are now shown on the homepage.

Howto: Lens recommendation for birding based upon budget and image results.

I am wishing you a terrific weekend with lots of inspiration and photographic opportunities
Bo (bgs)

Inspiration: The ANPAT18 Spring edition is under way and we have images from each day to share. The tour is lead by Eric Bowles and he says about day three: "We have had another fantastic day in the Smokies, started our day on Foothills Parkway and continued in Cades Cove and Tremont." Enjoy the images from day three

Even some excellent sports photography possible in the white water. Image by Eric Bowles.

Exposure: Your portfolio on the homepage
We on the team are pushing hard to give you as a member more exposure of your work. Member portfolios are now showcased on our homepage as well, and we are providing further exposure possibilities of your work and art in the coming weeks and months. Read more here: To get started with your portfolio and more details on how this works with discussions.

Member portfolios can be seen on the homepage of Nikonians

Howto: Which lens to get for bird photography?
JRP compares different kinds of Nikkor lenses for birding in his latest premium write up. He is including the latest lenses available, with and without teleconverters, based upon budget and image results. He is digging into the discussions held in the forums to make certain conclusions, which might be helpful when you are considering buying a new, or used lens. Read the article

Liquid Perch - By Barry Schirm (bschirm)
Nikon D3s, Nikkor AF-S 300mm/4 D IF ED + TC 14EII @ f/11, 1/100s, ISO 1200

Posted by bgs at April 26, 2018 4:17 PM