|Changes to our systems - fyi[forum message]|
GENERAL >> About Nikonians >> Changes to our systems - fyi
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Posted by bgs on 22-Sep-2016
Starting yesterday, most areas of Nikonians are now delivered through a so called "Content Delivery Network" (basically a server close to you will try to cache as much content as possible). This should speed up page loading f ...
|Pemaquid Point lighthouse[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Landscape >> Pemaquid Point lighthouse
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Posted by labtrout on 23-Sep-2016
Just back from a five-day trip to Acadia National Park and the Maine coast. Taken at Pemaquid Point.
Nikon D610, 24-120mm f4 Nikkor, ISO 100, 1/125th, f11 on tripod, -0.5 EV at 24mm.
|VR, high ISO, long exposure, FOG - Nikon's warning[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR LENSES >> Nikkor Autofocus Lenses >> VR, high ISO, long exposure, FOG - Nikon's warning
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Posted by Ferguson on 23-Sep-2016
It's been about 6 months now. I frankly put this warning out of my mind until it came up in conversation.
The following was put in the D5 manual, though it seems unrelated to the D5 and more about lens design:
"The le ...
|Falcons at Hawk Watch[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> Falcons at Hawk Watch
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Posted by bhiggins on 24-Sep-2016
I have been pretty busy this last week helping out do Hawk Watch counts on the State Line Lookout here in New Jersey. The watch is on a massive cliff face called the Palisades where the shear vertical face in 500 ft high and ...
|Black Turnstone + Photo,s Added[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> Black Turnstone + Photo,s Added
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Posted by Kipmm on 23-Sep-2016
Out on a spit yesterday I came across a small flock of Turnstones..
These Birds just don't stop and are continually on the move along the shore line feeding, the weather was sort of iffy as the fog kept rolling in and out bu ...
|My First Outings With the Nikon 200mm micro[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Micro, Macro & Close-up >> My First Outings With the Nikon 200mm micro
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Posted by birdied on 24-Sep-2016
Fell in love with this lens after renting it. Trying to learn the nuances of the new to me used one .
Most of the macro /closeup shots I take are handheld. I have never been able to chase bugs with a tripod or monopod, ...
|Ultra-wide Lenses on FX[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR LENSES >> Nikkor Autofocus Lenses >> Ultra-wide Lenses on FX
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Posted by stlsailor on 26-Sep-2016
I am looking to get an ultra-wide lens for a D750 (may later add a D810). My thought is that distortion, vignetting, and CA are the least important factors since they can be corrected in LR. Sharpness, weight, and bokeh seem ...
|Beautiful Bird[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> Beautiful Bird
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Posted by AartPapaya on 25-Sep-2016
On my way to the desert I saw this magnificent bird and fired three shots in quick succession.
D810 ISO-1000 f/4.0 66(24-70mm f/2.8) https://www.nikonians.org/forums/user_files/342129.jpg https://www.nikonians.org/forums/use ...
|Majestic Bull Elk in Yellowstone National Park[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> Majestic Bull Elk in Yellowstone National Park
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Posted by jdroach on 22-Sep-2016
During current trip I captured with one with a Nikon D800, 50-500mm at 240mm, ISO 800, 1/1000s, f/6, Lightroom. https://www.nikonians.org/forums/user_files/341944.jpg ...
|Close-Up Tri Colored Heron Portraits[forum message]|
MASTER YOUR VISION >> Wildlife >> Close-Up Tri Colored Heron Portraits
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Posted by dwr857 on 24-Sep-2016
These were taken from about 12-15 feet away. I love the coloring on the Tri Colored Heron....
300 mm f4
Less than 5% crop https://www.nikonians.org/forums/user_ ...