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November 29, 2018

Get published & How-to on lighting

wordscapes-frog-110.jpgThis week we have information on how to get published in our upcoming books, how to improve your lighting technique plus more.

Learning
In his latest premium article series "Shooting the $2million image" Martin Turner teaches us more about lighting while John Nadelberg discuss how to use tele-converters with longer lenses.

Inspiration
Team member Diane L. Simmons (coolmom42) has been interviewed by jrp for this latest "I Am Nikonians" article.

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From the member portfolio's: Wordscapes Photography by David Turner (wordscapes)

Contest Winners
The winners in the Best of Nikonians Segment 4 - The Wonders of Old and New Technology - have been announced: Overall winner is Godofredo Baylon (GBaylon) while Honorable mention goes to John Hernlund (Tokyo_John), Bill Klipp (billklipp), David Goldstein (dagoldst) and Dave Soderlund (DaveSoderlund).

Congratulations! More info on our winners in the forums.

Get published
Are you a Nikon Z camera owner and you have some excellent images? Great! This is your chance to get published in our NikoniansPress books on mastering the Nikon Z7 and Z6. For more information on how to proceed, see the pinned posts at the Nikon Z cameras forum.

Community
In case you have not noticed, we now show the original posting date as well as the modified posting date in discussion threads. We have also fixed an item in the galleries: Sorting your own, or any other members gallery, using the sorting feature at the bottom of the gallery has been improved, now behaving as expected.

Enjoy your ad-free, independent and friendly community - brought to you by all the members supporting it with a paid membership. Want to chip in and support the community as well? Nothing could be easier.

Curious about the team behind the community making it all happen? See our team page

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November 26, 2018

Old and New Technology Contest Winners

seg4-110px.jpgWe are proud to announce the winners of the forth segment of the The Best of Nikonians 2018, The Wonders of Old and New Technology Contest.

The winning photo is Steam Clock - Vancouver, Canada
by Godofredo Baylon (GBaylon)

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In addition to our winner we have 4 images earning the designation of Honorable mention. All images will be advanced to the final round of the Best of Nikonians 2018 Contest.

Please join me in congratulating the winners.
(follow link to see full images, and congratulate winners)

1. 9th century technology that never gets old... by Tokyo_John
2. Old Technology used to take a photo of Old Technology by billklipp
3. Analog Word Processors by DaveSoderlund
4. Hybrid Tech by dagoldst


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November 19, 2018

Going for a Nikon Z7? Plus selling your images

20181114_144731_1-fall_color_hwy_395_connie-cassinetto_110.jpgA new week has begun and we have some good reading and inspirational photography for you.

Connie Cassinetto has used her Nikon Z7 for some time now and gives you her thoughts on it together with the new 24-70 in this latest premium article. She's also been trying out the adapter with her 80-400 and 24-120. Read her article

I am wishing you a terrific, productive week
Bo (bgs)

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Fall Color, Hwy. 395 using the Nikon Z7, Nikon 24-70 mirrorless lens, 1/200 at f/8, ISO 400, shot at 70mm. It was the usual slightly windy day as I was looking for fall color shots off of Hwy. 395 in Northern California.

Inspirational photography
Excellent images are being selected as the Editor's Choice where the team are selecting inspirational work, posted by you in the galleries and in the forums. By participating in the discussions in the forums, including your images, you increase the chances of getting an image of yours selected. See the latest images.

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Community: Say hello
As a member, please let others in the community know a bit about yourself and your photography by making a post in the New & Returning Members forum.

Going professional: Selling images to magazines
Member vangophotos asked about selling images to magazines and got some good input.
Read more in the forums

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November 9, 2018

Inspirational autumn landscapes & Nikon Z7 impressions

20181023_093628_9-spruce-flats-falls_scottashley_110.jpgWe are entering this autumn weekend with some good, inspiring landscape photography and there is a hands-on, first impressions review of the Nikon Z7 by one of our team members.

Member Scott Ashley (scottashley) has been interviewed by Marsha (meadowlark2) in this latest part of our "I Am Nikonians" series. Scott shares some of his great landscape photographs with us.

Read the scottashley Interview

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Spruce Flats Falls by Scott Ashley
Nikon D7100, Sigma 8-16mm @f/19, 6s, ISO 200, tripod

Nikonians moderator Jonathan Kandel (JonK) has written up his first impressions after having been using his new Nikon Z7 camera for a few weeks. No matter if you are considering buying your own Z7 right away or not, Jon's premium article is a good read.

Member Guy Eristoff (geristoff) has written about how he applied an analytical approach, an "in-home comparative test" to figure out which of his existing lenses would best suit street photography. Read about his test.

More good portfolios have been added by our Platinum and Gold members. Have a look at the portfolio overview.

I am wishing you an excellent weekend,
Bo (bgs)

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