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Using legacy NIKKOR lenses with the Nikon Df

How to set the Df to accept legacy Non-Ai or Ai lenses

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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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One Shot: Crop Factor

Carol Freeman field tests the new AF-S NIKKOR 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR lens

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What is a Lens MTF Chart & How Do I Read It?

MTF charts plot the performance and quality of a lens

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Better Sports Photography

Which settings should you use depending upon which sport you're photographing

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How to Choose Your Next DSLR Lens

What to look for when choosing your next lens for your DSLR

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Subject Tracking

Subject Tracking enhances your shooting experience by automatically adjusting focus as it follows the…

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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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My Lens Choices for Weddings

Jerry Ghionis discusses his favorite lenses for wedding photography

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Nikon Electronic Format (NEF)

Nikon's RAW file format contains all the image information captured by the camera's sensor.

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Vibration Reduction

Vibration Reduction (VR) is an image stabilization technology that minimizes blur caused by camera…

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HDSLR Video Tutorial: Getting Started with Your D-Movie Camera

Getting started with HDSLR video

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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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Personal Project: The Art and Craft of Photographing Birds

Mike Corrado's personal project photographing birds

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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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Brian Skerry: Below the Surface

An underwater photojournalist's stunning images

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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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Benefits of Using Fast Lenses in Low Light

A tip from Nikon Ambassador Lucas Gilman

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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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Nikon F-Mount

The Nikon F-mount makes a host of lenses available to photographers.

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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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Lighting for Video with AE-Lock Tutorial

Basic lighting tips for shooting video

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How to Film Using Autofocus, Rack Focus and Manual Focus Techniques

Focusing tips for HDSLR video shooting

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Macro Photography Tips: Photographing Insects and Other Small Creatures

A few quick tips on macro photography

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Understanding Focal Length

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

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For Memorable Family Vacation Photos, Focus First on Family

Tamara Lackey on taking great photos during family vacations

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'Shooting the Curl' Gets a Whole New Meaning

Welcome to the surf as Clark Little sees it.

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For Images with Impact, Consider the Positive Role of Negative Space

Randy Ziegler discusses negative space in…

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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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Reflex Action: A Surf Photographer's Top Tips

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

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Composing Photographs

Tips for making better compositions when photographing in the field

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For Great Nature Photos, Look Close to Home

Carol Freeman on photographing nature in your "backyard"

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One Shot: See a Puddle, Make a Picture...or Two

Randy Ziegler on the importance of patience while out shooting

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Taking Great Photographs at Airshows

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

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Competitive Edge

Andrew Hancock on sports photography

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Understanding ISO Sensitivity

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

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