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For all you Nikon lovers

how do you avoid Diffraction. Read this months journal if you don't know what we are on about 

58%
26 deviants said throw caution to the wind and let photoshop soak up the damage.
24%
11 deviants said bored myself stupid learning where my sweet spot was.
11%
5 deviants said Dare not venture from the safe side of f8.
7%
3 deviants said Leave the camera in Auto and stick a filter on it if things get dodgy.

Stamps

High-end (Professional) - FX/Full Frame sensor
Nikon D5 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D4s Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D4 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D3X Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D3s Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D3 Stamp by CroWelsh

High-end (Professional) - DX sensor, high resolution
Nikon D2Xs Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D2X Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D1X Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D1 Stamp by CroWelsh

High-end (Professional) - DX sensor, high speed
Nikon D2Hs Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D2H Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D1H Stamp by CroWelsh

High-end (Prosumer) - FX/Full Frame sensor
Nikon D810A Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D810 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D800E Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D800 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D750 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D700 Stamp by CroWelsh

High-end (Prosumer) - DX sensor
Nikon D500 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D300s Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D300 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D200 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D100 Stamp by CroWelsh

Midrange - FX sensor
Nikon D9300 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D610 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D600 Stamp by CroWelsh

Midrange - DX sensor
Nikon D7200 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D7100 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D7000 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D90 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D80 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D70s Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D70 Stamp by CroWelsh

Upper-entry-level - DX sensor
Nikon D5600 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D5500 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D5300 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon Red D5300 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon Grey D5300 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D5200 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon Red D5200 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon Bronze D5200 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D5100 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D5000 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D50 Stamp by CroWelsh

Entry-level (Consumer) - DX sensor
Nikon D3400 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D3300 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon Red D3200 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D3200 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D3100 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D3000 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D60 Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D40x Stamp by CroWelsh Nikon D40 Stamp by CroWelsh

Nikon stamps
Stamp - EN20092 - EN001 by darkaion Stamp - EN20092 - EN002 by darkaion Everything Nikon by ODRA2006 Stamp - ClassicEN - EN001b by darkaion Stamp - EN20092 - Contributor by darkaion Stamp - ClassicEN - EN001a by darkaion Stamp - EN20092 - Moderator by darkaion Stamp - EN20092 - Admin by darkaion Stamp - EN20092 - Member by darkaion

*stamp order Thanks to Wikipedia
For more stamps, check out our new stamps gallery.

Newest Members

D850 time!!!!

Journal Entry: Fri Sep 1, 2017, 1:02 PM



Nothing to see here


Nothing much going on in the Nikon world this month. That is unless you are interested in the new D850 which is probably a yes.
The D810 has been a pretty big hit so to follow this up Nikon had to do something a bit special. Design your own sensor you say? Well Nikon hve finally stopped hanging out with Sony and designed their own one. Oh and it is pretty good too.
The sensor packs in 45.7 effective megapixels, which is a lot but manages to make some rather special images with it as well as 4k video. You can even shoot at an SD card melting 9 frames per second with the optional battery grip or 7 without.
The 153 point autofocus sensor from the D5 is going to be a very welcome addition and the silent shutter option could well be a great way to sneak out some frames when shooting wildlife.
This isn't just another sprinkle of mediocre additions that we have become used to but a fairly bold stride for Nikon's next D8** DSLR which we look forward to seeing more from soon.
You can read all of the details on the Nikon blog.
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Here are all of our tutorials conveniently categorised for easy browsing.
We aim to add more tutorials periodically as well as update the ones we have with the latest information to keep you bang up to date.
If you don't find what you are looking for then hit us with a message and we will see what we can do to best advise you on your photography query.


Fundamentals


Think. Most photographs can be improved by just stopping and thinking.
Kit cleaning
Focussing techniques
ISO Star Emoji by kawaiiprincess2
Using strobes this starts easy and gets advanced fast for all users interest.
Built in flash
Speed lights




Shooting Techniques Basic


Cropping
Black and white
Getting it sharp
understanding light metering
Compenstation



Special photography techniques


Shooting Hi/Low key
Shooting to the right
Making best use of liveview
Bracketing
Light painting
Shaped bokeh



Specific Shooting styles and situations


Making the most of what you have Dont let a limiting kit stop you doing what you want to do.
holiday photography
Capturing Christmas
Autumn colour
Portraiture basics
Shooting in the rain
Shooting in the dark
Sports and action




Photography science


Diffraction
Lens distortion
Using and avoiding blur
Things light does in your camea
RAW vs Jpeg


Nikon specific


Lens tutorial series
Lens tutorial pt I
Lens tutorial pt II
Lens tutorial pt III
Lens tutorial pt IV
Buttons series
Power and Shutter
EV button
Metering control
Mode
Menu
Thumbnail/playback and zoom buttons
Lock and OK buttons
DOF preview and fn buttons
Quality button
shooting in RAW a continuation from Quality button
Mode wheel

Menu
Shooting menu
Custom settings
Picture control


Nikon kit explained


Hardware


What is af-P?
How to use your camera Advice from Nikon USA
Software
Using WMU app




Post processing





Dev meets attending or making your own one. Get involved!

moving pictures and video


movie making basics

DeviantArt specific


Our rules well worth knowing

How to stop getting declined Advice for submitting to :groups:Everything-Nikon

Daily Deviation How to get one and how to help pick them
Dev meets attending or making your own one. Get involved!


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itzikgur Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
I love this group although I'm not happy with my new NIKON D5300..
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MundM1 Featured By Owner Edited May 17, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
Calling the D7500 a "worthwhile upgrade" is a bit controversial, I think. If one already owns a D7100 or D7200, I don't know if the sensor alone would be enough to make such a high prized purchase again, I'm sure there need to be at least one more successor to the D7500 till it might be considerable. The lost card slot (from 2 to 1) and the worse battery life alone would make it a very hard decision if you already got one of the previous cameras in the D7x00 series.
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laylakurai Featured By Owner Edited Apr 7, 2017  Student General Artist
I dont understand rules, are very complicated for me, meaby because English is not my native Lenguague and Im only student, not professional.
Thanks of all ways. I go to stay as watcher for learn
Layla.
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in-my-viewfinder Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
Welcome to the group :)
put simply:
the everything-Nikon gallery is for minimal image editing
the Everything-postprocessed gallery allows you to submit images with more editing than we would have otherwise.

Looking at your galleries photographs; I'd suggest you can submit to both galleries depending on what image you chose. If you get stuck on one then check the rules. If it can't go in the everything-Nikon gallery then, with very few exeptions, you can submit to the  Everything-postprocessed gallery. 
As ever if you are still stuck then ask one of our admins, you will find us all quite lovely really.
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princesskittehh Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2017   Filmographer
Thank you very much for accepting my submission! 🖤
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MundM1 Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
Why is there a post-processed section? Every image gets post-processed, unless uploaded as raw directly from the camera. Sounds somewhat pejorative to me.
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in-my-viewfinder Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
have a refresh of the group rules and all will come back to you from when you read all about this before :)
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CroWelsh Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2017   General Artist
Yes, your point about every image getting the post-processed treatment is correct to a point, but there needs to be a separation between the use of physical photographic techniques / equipment (minimal amount of post-processing) and the reliance upon software manipulation / effect plugins (extensive amount of post-processing).

These are fundamentally different, so we provide galleries to help distingush between the two, with the hope that it assists in the development of members photographic skills and knowledge, alongside the art of software usage.
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MundM1 Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2017  Hobbyist Photographer
Fair enough. So it's more subtle versus obvious, I guess.
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