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Photographing Japanese food with a Nikon D750

Photographing Japanese food with a Nikon D750 by Vincent from cecj2.com: I’m Vincent from Paris, France and I created the website cecj2.com in 2008 about Japanese restaurants. As a semi-professional food blogger, I have read many books and articles on how to take food pictures. A tripod, a long distance lens (85mm at least) and a […]

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Wading Bird Rookery at St. Augustine Alligator Farm

Wading Bird Rookery at St. Augustine Alligator Farm by Barry Levin (a.k.a. animalsbybarry, see also his previous guest posts here and here):

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Nikon AF-S Nikkor 180-400mm f/4E TC1.4 FL ED VR lens review

This Nikon AF-S Nikkor 180-400mm f/4E TC1.4 FL ED VR lens ($12,396.95) field test is by Kjetil Schjølberg (Instagram) – the pictures were taken with the D850 in Norway and Kenya: The last ten days I was able to test the new Nikon 180-400mm in a variety of situations. As mainly a wildlife photographer I […]

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Havana people with the Nikon Df and an old Nikkor 28mm manual lens

Havana people with the Nikon Df and an old Nikkor 28mm manual lens by Julien Hautcoeur (Web | Instagram | Facebook | Tumblr | Flickr | see also his previous guest post): Getting closer Famous Magnum photographer Robert Capa once said: « If Your Photos Aren’t Good Enough, You’re Not Close Enough ». Here is the challenge I wanted to achieve when […]

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Slide copying with the Nikon ES-1, BR-5 adapters and the Nikkor Micro AF-S 105mm f/2.8 ED VR lens

Slide copying by K. Jayaram, a nature photographer from India: I have used slide films for over four decades. I have been wanting to copy some of the important slides and tried copying and scanning with no satisfying results. After a serious hunt, I came across the Nikon slide copying attachment ES-1. But the problem with it […]

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Copying photographic film with the Nikon D810 and a shoe box

Copying photographic film with the Nikon D810 and a shoe box by Anthony McKee (www.anthonymckee.com): While many photographers are keenly waiting for the new Nikon ES2 film digitising adapter set to arrive in stores, I have been making use of my own Nikon film copying kit that I put together a while ago using a Nikon […]

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