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Night Photography

Reed Hoffmann's tips for great night photography

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Boudoir Photography: Creating the Sensual Image

Trendy boudoir photography by CherieFoto.

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Tips For Making Tempting Food Photos

Alison Lyons offers simple tips for taking great photos of food & drink

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Getting Creative with Photos and Video

Tell better stories using the myriad of fun and artistic features built into Nikon…

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Exposure Compensation When Using i-TTL Gets Easier with the D4/D4s

Exposure compensation and flash compensation can be…

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Learning How to Use Your Camera's Histogram

The histogram is a useful tool that analyzes tonal range and helps in…

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Underwater Photography

Tips for getting started shooting underwater with David Doubilet

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Building Your Creative Team

Dixie Dixon on building a creative support team

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Bright Idea: Adding Star Power

Creating a starburst in your photographs

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In-Camera HDR

When shooting with the In-Camera HDR (High Dynamic Range) mode, the camera automatically combines two…

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Exposure Bracketing: The Creative Insurance Policy

Get creative with your photography by using this age-old technique.

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Balancing Photo Exposures with Nikon's Active D-Lighting

Bring light to the shadows with Nikon's Active D-Lighting

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Photographing the Night Sky: Star Trails

Astrophotography: tips for making great star trail images

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Top Photography Tips from Nikon School Instructors

Learn photography the easy way, at Nikon School

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Understanding ISO Sensitivity

Photography is built on the three pillars of exposure: shutter speed, aperture and…

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Critical Focus: Getting the Most From Your D800

Michael Clark on getting the most out of your D800 HD-SLR

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Going Solo: A Two-Wheel Photo Journey Across Asia

Photojournalist Eleanor Moseman documents vanishing cultures

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Outside Shots: Go Long

Tony Sweet on revealing the invisible in images

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Live Image Control

Live Image Control lets you preview how certain settings will affect your final image

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Nikon Capture NX-D Software

Overview of Nikon's software for image processing and editing

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Marketplace: One and Only

Nikon 1 AW1 waterproof, shockproof interchangeable lens camera

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One Shot: After Image

Jack Dyking on seeing in color and thinking in B&W

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ISO Control

For digital photography, ISO refers to the sensitivity of the camera's sensor. The ISO setting is one of…

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Effects Mode

The D5100 offers special effects that can be used when recording still images or D-movies. They can be found…

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Hands On

Lindsay Silverman discusses autofocusing when using teleconverters

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Shooting a Rock Concert

Whether you're taking photos at a major rock concert or at your child's school performance, these…

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How to Take Pictures of Water Using Long Exposures

Getting that "silky" look when photographing moving water isn't…

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Walkabout

Take a photo walk with Nikon pro Lindsay Silverman.

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Summer Lyn: Photographing Babies, Toddlers & Kids

Careful planning or just being lucky—both can work in your favor.

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One Shot: Spin Doctor

Mark Alberhasky on why images may work in multiple ways

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Shooting Long Exposures:

Deborah Sandidge on shooting long exposure landscapes and cityscapes

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Basics of Exposure and Camera Controls

Ideal class for those who want to go beyond point & shoot photography

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Zoo and Wildlife Photography

Spend a day at the zoo with wildlife photographer Julie Larsen Maher

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How to Photograph a Lunar Eclipse

Learn the techniques needed to shoot lunar eclipses from Mr. Eclipse, Fred Espenak

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Photograph the Classic Holiday Light Bokeh Effect

Tips for shooting lights as soft globes of color

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Polarizing Filters Add POW to Pictures

An Easy to Use Accessory, Polarizing Filters Bring out the Color and Definition in…

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Benefits of Using the AF-ON Button for Autofocus

Three pros discuss using the AF-ON button for AF control

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One Shot: Purple Haze

Turning an ordinary photo into something special in-camera

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How-To Take Great Photos at the Aquarium

Tips for photographing the fish and creatures that live under water

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Speedlight Tutorial: Artificial Sunlight Technique

David Tejada uses Speedlights to add a late afternoon look to a scene

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Create and Publish Your Own Photo Book

A photo book is a great way to share your images with the world.

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A Basic Look at the Basics of Exposure

The relationship between aperture, shutter speed and ISO is the basis of every…

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Taking Better Photographs of the American West

When you get a chance to visit the open prairies, and photograph ranchers…

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Here and Now

The added attractions of the D5100.

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Using Auto FP High-Speed Sync to Illuminate Fast Sports Action

Dave Black on using high-speed flash sync for sports…

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Taking Great Photographs at Airshows

Learn the "tricks of the trade" from Moose Peterson.

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New Directions: The D750 Inspires Creating, and Sharing, New Images

Lindsay Silverman shoots with the D750 DSLR

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Making Great COOLPIX Videos of a Child's Birthday Party

Tips & Tricks from photographer Ann Cutting

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Extra Added Attraction: How to Boost the Reach of Your Nikon 1

Mark Alberhasky on using the FT-1 and NIKKOR lenses on…

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Scene Recognition System and Advanced SRS

Nikon's SRS and Advanced SRS recognize the position, color, tones and…

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Smart Portrait System

Nikon’s Smart Portrait System incorporates into COOLPIX cameras a series of automatic functions,…

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Photography Lighting Tutorial Part 1 - Control of Color

Go on location with Joe McNally for a video tutorial on lighting…

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Repeating Flash Lighting Technique

Joe McNally uses the technique of repeating flash to capture the grace of balletic…

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FOCUS First: A System for Better Photos

Mark Alberhasky's 5 step system for taking better pictures

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Understanding Auto ISO

Auto ISO can simplify shooting under changing lighting conditions

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Bokeh for Beginners

Have your subjects stand apart from the background with this easy technique

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Shooting with Remote Cameras

Andrew Hancock discusses the art of shooting sports with remote cameras

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The Importance of Composition When Shooting Nature

Pat O'Hara had to go far from home to really appreciate the…

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Lighting Techniques: Light Painting

Using the technique of light painting allows you to add depth and dimension to your…

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Capture NX 2: Lesson 10

Discover the time-saver of batch processing a group of your images.

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Rapid Response: Cruising with the Flagship

Joe McNally shoots with the flagship D4 D-SLR

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Workshop: Waterworld

Michael Clark on shooting on the water

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Taking Better Photographs on the Water

Harbors, bays, oceans and rivers all have one thing in common—interesting and…

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Northern Exposure

Corey Rich documents a first ascent of the Arrigetch Peaks in Alaska's Brooks Range

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When You Explore All Angles, Better Pictures Happen

Tom Bol explains how changing perspective can make a better image.

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Flash of Inspiration

Bob Krist shoots with the COOLPIX P7100 and Speedlights

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Control Color for Maximum Impact

David Mendelsohn shoots color as monochrome

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The Edge: On The Scene

Mike Corrado shoots the photographers shooting the D4 & D800 ad campaigns

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Shooting Spectacular Sunrises and Sunsets

Jim Harmer’s tips for photographing at dawn and dusk

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Speedlight Tutorial: Bounce Technique

David Tejada uses Speedlights wirelessly for pleasing portrait illumination

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How to Choose Your Next D-SLR Lens

What to look for when choosing your next lens for your D-SLR

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A Pro's Tips for the Best Children's Photos

Tamara Lackey on taking great pictures of kids

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3D Focus Tracking

3D focus tracking automatically shifts the focus point to follow the movement of the subject. With the…

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Capture NX 2: Lesson 5

Learn how to quickly adjust the brightness and vividness in an image.

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Capture NX 2: Lesson 3

Find out how to remove specks of dust on an image, with naturally looking results.

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Understanding Maximum Aperture

Learn how aperture affects the end-result image.

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Composing Photographs

Tips for making better compositions when photographing in the field

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Marketplace: Step by Step

Taking it easy with the D3200

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Canyon Country Shooting

Tips for taking great photos of the Southwestern United States

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Photographing People Using Wireless Lighting Techniques

Tom Bol's images inspire new ways of taking a portrait photo.

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A Light in the Forest

Rod Planck on photographing critters in the field with a Speedlight

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Reflex Action: A Surf Photographer's Top Tips

Surf shooter Jay Watson offers tips for getting great surfing action photos

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A Snapshot of Digital Images Online

A statistical look at how much image data is stored in the cloud

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Photographing Dogs: Capturing Action

Tips for taking better photos of your dog in action.

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