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March 28, 2019

Why Astrophotography? Nikon HQ & improved sharing

images.nikonians.org_galleries_data_500_5001178_Deadvlei_nik_balanced_filter-110.jpgThis week we are getting into Astrophotography with David (dagoldst), there is a new episode out of Russel's Iceland travel report (episode #4) and we have an update for you regarding storing and sharing your images.

In case you've missed it, John (TokyoJohn) has shared some interesting images from the Nikon museum in Tokyo including a good capture of the lobby at the Nikon headquarters.

I am wishing you plentiful opportunities for good captures over the next few days,
Bo (bgs)

From the portfolios
Old, dead trees in the Dead Vlei area of Namib-Naukluft National Park, Namibia
By Michael Parmacek (parmacek). See his complete portfolio

Learning - Astrophotography
You may have seen and marveled at the images of the sky by David Goldstein (dagoldst) in the Astrophotography forum. His article helps you jump into Astrophotography: What equipment and budget is required without risking big mistakes or falling into the fangs of salesmen. Start looking up into the night sky and your vision will probably expand. Read the article

Community - Uploading and sharing just got better

Starting today you can store and share NEF, DNG and TIFF files in your Nikonians Gallery. You can also use the new forum image upload with these file formats as well, getting JPGs automatically created and included in the forum post. More info

Posted by bgs at March 28, 2019 8:20 AM

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