October 23, 2019
It is (f)all in the colors - Go for Gold!
Many things have happened in the Nikonians community in the last months. Now the summer is over and we are again working more indoors, having the chance to post-process the images we have captured. Today we have a wrap-up of several articles we have written in the hope they'll help you in your photography, plus a voucher on a Gold membership.
Some of us are still outdoors though shooting great landscapes in beautiful autumn colors, such as Reed George (rgeorge911) who met up with other members on the ANPAT19 fall edition and wrote about it.
To celebrate the last days of autumn and Halloween, we have a special membership campaign for you: From now until November 1st, 2019 you'll save a third ($25 USD) on a Gold Membership using the voucher "GoldenHall19" on the upgrade page
As a Gold Member you have access to our premium articles, you can participate in our contests, get your own portfolio, access the Premium Critique forum with NEF upload, your own Nikonians email address plus more, such as your custom made photographer's ID.
I am wishing you a very good rest of the week, and... may the colors be with you.
From the portfolios
Misty Sunburst by Richard Duval (WineMan55) See his complete portfolio
David H. Roberts (dhroberts) has written a premium article on how to use focus stacking to extend the depth of field of an image while David Goldstein (dagoldst) expands on astrophotography with two new premium articles, one on types of telescopes and one on the camera and software to use.
Robert Zanzalari (zanz34) has started a new series of premium articles on sports photography. In the first part he teaches us the basics and in the second part he is bringing us a set of cheat-sheets for basketball, baseball, football (American) and football (European aka "soccer").
Using the Nikon Z
Darrell Young (digitaldarrell) has written up how to use the eye detection auto focus on the Z6 and Z7 cameras.
Marsha Edmunds (meadowlark2) has interviewed long term member Geoff Baylis (GBaylis) in this latest I Am Nikonians series while Alan Mosley (mosley_alan) is sharing some of his travel photographs from a photo trip to the Pantanal, Brazil.
David Summers (dm1dave) has announced the winners of the Best of Nikonians - Segment Three with the theme of "Symmetry".
The winning image is "Swan Lake" by Carolyn Dalessandro (nikocarol). In addition to our overall winner, we have four members earning an honorable mention. All images will advance to the final rounds of the Best of Nikonians 2019 at the end of the year. They are:
"Yellow Porsche" by William Middleton (wrmiddleton)
"British Museum--Main Hall" by Darryl Hodson (skibreeze7)
"Salt Pan" by Pakku (niknac37)
"Towering Atrium" by Jody Camacho (Jodys98Torch)
In case you have missed some of the great shots that our Editor's Choice team is selecting daily, visit the main Editor's Choice page and enjoy!
Posted by bgs at 7:49 AM