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June 16, 2024

Weekly Update 16-Jun-2024

This weeks Editor's Choice images and top discussions at Nikonians - 16 June 2024

You'll find more, excellent images on the Editor's Choice page

Point to Point Horse Racing
Point to Point Horse Racing by GBaylis - Show in forums
Editor: Like your use of a slower shutter speed to give the the viewer a sense of speed, Geoff.

My Day Job
My Day Job by Phil Pound - Show in galleries
Editor's note: This is a fun and unusual EC image. Don't miss to read the description in Phil's gallery. The title of the image is "My Day Job"

Mike Roebuck 2023-24
Mike Roebuck 2023-24 by Bubba2 - Show in galleries
Editor: A super Environmntal shot. I think B&W is a perfect presentation.

Illusive running tree
Illusive running tree by nikocarol - Show in forums
Editor: That is a really unique tree. I really like ethe B&W processing and that great sky.

Purple Close Up Stack
Purple Close Up Stack by bnuber - Show in galleries
Editor: Well done with this 100 image stack, Bob. Love the detail and deep rich colors.

Amsterdam- Part 1 Night Photos
Amsterdam- Part 1 Night Photos by Regor10 - Show in forums
Editor: What a reflection! Lovely colors in that.

Next Please
Next Please by AartPapaya - Show in forums
Editor: amusing capture Aart ! well done !

This weeks top posts in the "Want to Sell" section

One Nikonian told me My prior Samys experience resulted in my sending them all to BH which paid more and covered shipping. What a joke! Even for items like the 400 mm Z prime they offered pennies - wa...

This weeks top forum postings

Nikon D500: D500 Err message by photogirl18
I am in need of assistance. Capturing photos at a Lacrosse game this morning when suddenly an Err flashed. The manual reads when Err flashes the problem is Camera malfunction. Solution I changed lense...

Nikon Z9 / Z8: Setting Up and Operating Z8 as Compared to My Z7 by laddad
It is time for an upgrade! My main camera is a Z7 and my backup is my D-810. It is recital time again and it has been a bit confusing in recent years trying to use my D-810 and my Z7 in the dark. Runn...

Wildlife: Red Fox Pair With Kits by meadowlark2
I first found this den early one wet morning but the kits were out a short time before they disappeared for a nap shortly after both parents went out hunting again. I was surprised when 6 kits had app...

Landscape: Great Smoky Mountains Series by BSchirm
I visited the Great Smoky Mountains NP last week. The rivers were very full, which provided some good opportunities. Below are a handful of images from the visit. D850 | Nikkor 24-70 @ 40mm | f/13 @ 2...

Glamour & Portrait, Studio & Still Life: A Tribute to Mexican Culture by coastalshooter
This image highlights various parts of Mexican culture Z7, 45 PC-E with small amount of tilt, Tiffen Enhancing filter (stronger red orange). Lighting: natural light with shade all along the left side...

Architecture & Industrial Photography: Seasoned sentinel, on standby. by bnuber
Built in 1868 to guide boats from Lake Superior into the East Channel outside Munising, MI. Retired circa 1910, it has been partially restored and allowed to weather away and develop character for tou...

PJ, PR & Street: The Mystical and Magical Solar Eclipse - Part 1 by voyageurfred
It was mystical, magical and spectacular! Hundreds of people gathered at Canada's Stonehenge - the Circle of Stones, a remarkable spiritual setting on a grassy plain, to celebrate the Solar Eclipse ...

Sports: Surf PE by Lomcevak
As the school year winds down, the Surf phys ed class at Carlsbad (CA) high school got a bit of an upkick on wave size earlier this week. Ive shot the class on an irregular schedule since 2008 and pas...

Stage, Clubs, Concerts & Nightlife: (Punk)Rock is not dead... by forstfotografie
Good to see and hear that young people still want to rockn roll - loud, hard, fast...Coloers - my sons (...the hairy bass player...) punk rock band. Shot with Z8 and Nikkor Z 1,8/85mm ...

Micro, Macro & Close-up: Was a crime committed?? by kelmon
Lately I have gotten deep into miniature figure (HO or 1:87 scale) photography. The settings are endless and there are so many figure sets...

Panorama: Storm Clouds Over the Thames by Lion254
Im starting to really enjoy shooting panoramas, though I havent worked up the nerve to post one here until now. (To be honest, Im not even sure if this is wide enough to be considered a panorama.) Thi...

Travel: Amsterdam- Part 1 Night Photos by Regor10
For the past 20+ yrs I have been lucky enough to have done a biz trip to NL every spring; a must do time/spot for travelers/photographers. In the last couple of years I have brought my gear and in bet...

Aviation: Space X by geno64
My first attempt at a Space X launch. ISO 12,800, and at 600mm, it just isnt enough. Had to crop, and then used DeNoise and Topaz Sharpen to pick up the space craft in the first image. ...

Infrared & Ultraviolet: 14 years on - What a long strange trip its been by rbaskin
14 years ago I shot my first IR images on a workshop in Yosemite. Nikon D70s with a 720 filter on the 18-70mm kit lens at 1/2 sec f16 ISO 800. Processed in CaptureNX2: white balance and LCH to swap th...

Motor Sports: FIA WEC 6hr race in Spa-Francorchamps by forstfotografie
...the 6hrs WEC race in Spa (Belgium) was a perfect photo opportunity, as the tickets are general admission which allows to walk around and test different photo spots - best you can get as a non-pro.....

Astrophotography: Surface of the Sun by blw
If I wanted to image the surface of the sun, would it be sufficient to use something like this H-alpha filter? ? Do I *also* need the regular solar filter? Id guess not since this would be cutting mos...

Digital Artistry: Congratulations Gerald! by dm1dave
Please join me in congratulating Gerald Oliver (geraldroliver) for his winning image in the April Digital Artistry contest - Altered Perspective. The winning images will be added to the and entered in...

Post for Critique: Sunrise! by photogirl18
New at learning how to take sunrises. With this I used the D5600 and nikkor 18-300mm lens with a circular polarizer filter. Near the Blue Ridge parkway around 6am yesterday. Wanted to capture this spe...

A Picture I Took: Well, its been a while... by rosewood_ltd
Howdy folks! I hope that I will be posting more here again, now that my health has improved. Ive been out of commission for a while with spinal stenosis, which I had fixed finally a few weeks ago. It ...

Behind The Image: Behind the Image, Feather of Bird by Dawnacious
Taken at Keokea Park Hawaii. Altough we were there to watch the high surf and of course catch some narley wave shots, a few of the local wildlife were hanging around looking for an easy meal. It was a...

Special Edition Contests: 2024 Segment 2 - Made of Glass by dm1dave
This segment's theme is "Made of Galss" The is the second segment for the Best of Nikonians. This segment your subject can be anything that is made of glass. Open for entries until July 15. This...

Wildlife Contest (Monthly): Surveillance by lencan
Scanning The Territory Below ...

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Posted by newsmachine at June 16, 2024 5:40 AM