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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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High Dynamic Range Photography

Why and How to Shoot HDR Images

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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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3D Color Matrix Metering II

This system of evaluating light determines the best possible exposure for a particular…

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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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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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How to Photograph a Lunar Eclipse

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

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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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Understanding ISO Sensitivity

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

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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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Hands On: Range Rover

Lindsay Silverman on the many moods of HDR

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A Light in the Forest

Rod Planck on photographing critters in the field with a Speedlight

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How to Photograph a Solar Eclipse

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

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The Challenge of Bird Photography

B. Moose Peterson tells why photographing birds in the field is well worth the…

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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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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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When to Use Graduated Neutral Density Filters

How to use a graduated neutral density filter to decrease extreme light to…

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Walkabout

Take a photo walk with Nikon pro Lindsay Silverman.

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Marketplace: D7100 HD-SLR

The Nikon D7100 is a top-of-the-line performer

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Photographing the Night Sky

Astrophotography: tips for making great images of the stars, moon and night sky time-lapse

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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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Underwater Photography

Tips for getting started shooting underwater with David Doubilet

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Moose Peterson: Light Lessons

Seeing light opens up your photographic creativity

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Dedicated Time Release Movie Mode and Time Lapse Using the Built-in Interval Timer

Deciding which technique to use with…

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Tool Talk

Mike Corrado on the gear that shapes the light.

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Shooting Spectacular Sunrises and Sunsets

Jim Harmer’s tips for photographing at dawn and dusk

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Quick Tips for Taking Better Portraits

Suggested Lens choices, exposure settings and focus modes

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COOLPIX: Top Choice for Vacation Camera

Nikon's compact digital cameras are packed with features that let you make great…

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Active D-Lighting

Active D-Lighting optimizes high contrast images to restore the shadow and highlight details that are…

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In a New York Minute: Images of a Long Weekend

Lindsay Silverman spends a weekend shooting with only one D-SLR and lens…

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How To Grow Your Garden Photography Skills

Taking great photographs of your own garden is easy with a few simple tips

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One Shot: After Image

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

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Remotely taking photographs

Flexible wired & wireless remote shooting options expand your photo taking capabilities

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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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Outside Shots: Go Long

Tony Sweet on revealing the invisible in images

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Photographing Water Using the Multiplication Factor Technique

Ever wonder how the water in those photos looks so smooth?…

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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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In the Tradition

Legacy Nikon underwater cameras

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Advanced Wireless Lighting

Advanced wireless lighting is the use of multiple Speedlights set up for wireless remote…

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Flash Points: The Control of Light

Color temperature, rear sync, slow sync: Three key elements in flash photography.

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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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FOCUS First: A System for Better Photos

Mark Alberhasky's 5 step system for taking better pictures

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First Frame: Under Control

Todd Bretl on shooting underwater macro photography

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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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Photography Lighting Tutorial Part 1 - Control of Color

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

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Taking Pictures at Dusk and at Night

How do I take pictures at dusk and at night?

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Photography Lighting Tutorial Part 2 - Control of Color

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

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Marketplace: One and Only

Nikon 1 AW1 waterproof, shockproof interchangeable lens camera

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One Shot: City Lights

Mark Alberhasky's silhouette of people against bright Times Square signage

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Absolutely Free

Creative risk-taking with Lindsay Silverman.

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Ski Photography 101

Tips and tricks for getting great photos of skiiers and snowboarders

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Which NIKKOR Lens Type is Right for Your D-SLR?

Learn what the different types of NIKKOR lenses are and which ones will…

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Using Teleconverters

Teleconverters let you extend your photographic reach

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How to Use Aperture and ND Filters to Control the Depth-of-Field in Movies

Depth-of-field for video

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Take a New Look at an Everyday Object

Robin Layton discusses opening your eyes to looking at subjects differently

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10 Tips for Shooting Autumn Foliage

Nature photographer Rod Planck offers tips for shooting colorful fall foliage

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How to Take Great Portraits

Tips from portrait photography pro Karen Kuehn

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Six Steps to Lighting Magic with Joe McNally

Follow lighting expert Joe McNally's instructions for easy flash photography…

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Understanding Maximum Aperture

Learn how aperture affects the end-result image.

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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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Workshop: The Basics

Four Tips for Capturing Action Photos from Michael Clark

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Proview: Whether to Tether

Rob Van Petten on tethered shooting

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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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Top Photography Tips from Nikon School Instructors

Learn photography the easy way, at Nikon School

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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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Photographing Dogs: Capturing Action

Tips for taking better photos of your dog in action.

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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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Yes, I Pan: Pursuing the Bigger Picture

Tony Sweet on creating panoramas

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Zoo and Wildlife Photography

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

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My A of the Day Project

Mike Corrado on shooting a photograph a day with the COOLPIX A

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Getting Started: Memory Cards and Batteries

Take care of the little things, and you'll be ready for the big things.

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