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Macro Photography Tips: Photographing Insects and Other Small Creatures

A few quick tips on macro photography

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Macro Lenses

Reproduce objects up to life size using a Nikon Micro-NIKKOR Lens

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Taking Close-up Photos

How do I take close-up photos of flowers and small objects?

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Techniques: Flower Power

Focus Stacking for Close-Up Depth and Detail

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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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Shooting Abstract Photos that Make the Viewer Guess

Sometimes showing just a hint of your subject can be more compelling…

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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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Understanding Focal Length

Focal length, usually represented in millimeters (mm), is the basic description of a…

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First Frame: Under Control

Todd Bretl on shooting underwater macro photography

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A Light in the Forest

Rod Planck on photographing critters in the field with a Speedlight

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Composing Photographs

Tips for making better compositions when photographing in the field

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Creatively Photographing Objects Up Close

The idea that less is more can be applied to the subject matter in your photos.

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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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How-To Take Great Photos at the Aquarium

Tips for photographing the fish and creatures that live under water

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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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Photographing Water Using the Multiplication Factor Technique

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

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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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Bokeh for Beginners

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

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Here and Now

The added attractions of the D5100.

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Making Pictures in the Rain

Just because it's raining doesn't mean there aren't great pictures waiting to be made.

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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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First Frame: Lemonade

Petr Brodík's abstract look at photographing lemons and water drops

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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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Shooting Spectacular Sunrises and Sunsets

Jim Harmer’s tips for photographing at dawn and dusk

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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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Hands On: Range Rover

Lindsay Silverman on the many moods of HDR

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Moose Peterson: How to Photograph Winter Landscapes

Exposing so the Snow’s White and Six Other Tips for Great Winter…

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Different Types of Microphones: Audio Recording Tutorial

Using accessory microphones when shooting video

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Understanding Maximum Aperture

Learn how aperture affects the end-result image.

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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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Think About Your Subject Before You Begin Shooting

Find out why thinking about your photos can be as important as taking…

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High Dynamic Range Photography

Why and How to Shoot HDR Images

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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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The Versatile Appeal of the D600

See what makes the D600 an appealing camera

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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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Scene Recognition System and Advanced SRS

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

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Master Class: Just Watch and Learn

Steve Heiner discusses moviemaking inspiration

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Jim Richardson: Why Fast Lenses Make All the Difference

When You’re Constantly on the Move, Fast Glass Makes Tough Shots…

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Moving Pictures: Riding the Rails

Riding the Rails for Smooth Moves

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Take Control of Color using Picture Controls

Diana Robinson gets the color she wants with Picture Controls in-camera and…

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10 Tips for Better Camera Panning

Dave Black's tips for camera panning

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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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Tips for Photographing Birds

Birds make great subjects for photographs; tips for capturing them with your camera.

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What it Takes

David X. Tejada on minimalist lighting with Speedlights

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Caring for your Nikon 1 AW1 Waterproof Camera

Care and maintence for the Nikon 1 AW1

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Going Solo: A Two-Wheel Photo Journey Across Asia

Photojournalist Eleanor Moseman documents vanishing cultures

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Understanding Auto ISO

Auto ISO can simplify shooting under changing lighting conditions

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The Edge: Drum Circle

Mike Corrado on shooting concert photography using remote cameras

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Top Photography Tips from Nikon School Instructors

Learn photography the easy way, at Nikon School

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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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Photographing Sports Indoors and Out

Capturing the action of a sporting event is easy when you follow a few simple…

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Extend Your Reach with Nikon 1 Cameras and the FT-1 Mount Adapter

Extend your reach with your favorite NIKKOR lenses on a…

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How to Read Your NIKKOR Lens Barrel

Understanding what all of those markings and designations on your lens really mean.

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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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How to Capture the “Wow” Factor

Photographer Evan Williams on shooting stunning photographs

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Underwater Photography

Tips for getting started shooting underwater with David Doubilet

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5 Easy Composition Guidelines

Follow 5 easy tips for better photo compositions

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Prime Lenses

What is a prime lens? Well, it's a lens that isn't a zoom. A prime lens has a fixed focal length which means…

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Comfort Zone

Ryan Brenizer on photographing weddings with prime NIKKORs

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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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