Tag Archives: [NR] Guest Posts

An Arctic beauty – Lofoten with the Nikon D750

An Arctic Beauty – Lofoten with the Nikon D750 by Adrian Ranfft (website | instagram): Probably, a lot of you already know Lofoten Islands. It is one of THE most famous spots for landscape photographers; many are dreaming of a vacation there. Lofoten Islands are located in North Norway within the arctic circle. Due to the golf […]

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Photographing the Dolomites with a Nikon D610 and D810

Photographing the Dolomites with a Nikon D610 and D810 Professional adventure photographer James Rushforth has just completed his long term project to document 52 (it was originally 50 but choosing proved difficult) of the most scenic photogenic locations in the Italian Dolomites. His guidebook is aimed at helping aspiring and professional photographers to choose a […]

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Nikon NIKKOR AF-S 8-15mm f/3.5-4.5E ED fisheye lens: impressions and test shots

This guest post on the Nikkor 8-15mm lens ($1,246.95) is by Jeremiah Gilbert. You can check his work on his website and on Instagram. See also his previous [NR] guest posts here, here and here. I have been shooting with a circular lens for the past two years, so I was very interested when Nikon announced their AF-S Fisheye […]

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“Keep Looking Up” night sky timelapse

Introduction Hello dear NikonRumors readers! My name is Christophe Anagnostopoulos and I’ve been reading Nikon Rumors everyday for a long time now! I’m very happy to present you my first personal night sky time-lapse project named “Keep Looking Up” which I filmed for over a year using mainly Nikon cameras and lenses. I began filming […]

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Nikon D750 in -75°F

THE FROZEN HELL – Nikon D750 with Nikkor 20mm f/1.8 lens in -75°F temperatures On Saturday, January 6th, 2018, my friend Nathan and I climbed New York’s seconds highest mountain, Algonquin Peak (5,115 ft) in the Adirondack Mountains to experience some of the coldest temperatures on earth. On this day, most of America was frozen […]

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Nikon 1: the little camera that could

Nikon 1 – the little camera that could by Thomas Stirr (check out also his ebook with the same title): After using Nikon APS-C and full frame DSLRs in the past, I’ve been using the Nikon 1 system exclusively for my client video business and for my still photography needs for the past two and a […]

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