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Photographer Pascal Baetens at Nikonians booth

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-10-03 04:20:00
Photographer Pascal Baetens at Nikonians booth : The guys from Nikonians were having a booth in Hall 2, level 1. Above them, at level 2, big company names like Nikon and Olympus had their booth so there was a huge number of visitors in that area. Twice a day Nikonians kicked-of with a studio shoot-out and within minutes a lot of Nikonians or perhaps wannabe Nikonians gathered around the Nikonians booth. With the model photo shooting Pascal Baetens demonstrated how to direct the model and come to an end-result you had in your mind. According the Bo Stahlbrandt, co-founder of Nikonians; "The crowd went really crazy. Pascal Baetens got them right standing on their seats. It was amazing to see how people got caught by Pascal's actions."


Nikonians at Photokina 2006

Mark Peters : 2006-09-06 22:10:00
Nikonians at Photokina 2006 : It was the Cologne, Germany Photokina in 1960 when the famous Nikon F appeared with praise from a new breed of fans. These fans had to wait nearly 40 years to define themselves under the name Nikonians. The biggest difference between the first Photokina held in Cologne, Germany in 1950 to the 2006 edition is that Nikon is now a major participant and the brand's users have organized to form a powerful international community. This year, they are not just fans and supporters of the Nikon brand. They are actively promoting excellence in (digital) photography by sharing their knowledge through the Nikonians community. (The Nikonians Booth will be in Hall 2.1 / A015).


Nikonians podcast Sports Photography Workshop

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-07-23 12:06:00
Nikonians podcast Sports Photography Workshop : Nikonians announces the debut of a new talk radio program which recently joined its podcast lineup. The Sports Photography Workshop podcast produced by Nikonian Jason Odell during the recent Sports Photography Workshop in Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA. Jason interviewed Rich Clarkson, the internationally recognized sports photographer with credentials spanning from Sports Illustrated to National Geographic while covering sports events that have become a part of sports world history. The interview includes Clarkson's version of having been in the right place, at the right time, for a sports story that eventually became the topic of a critically acclaimed motion picture "Glory Road."


Depth of Field guide at Nikonians

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-07-23 09:36:00
Depth of Field guide at Nikonians : Nikonian Darrell Young provides an easy to understand guide, complete with examples for those who have difficulties understanding the principles of depth of field and shutter and aperture relationships. Choosing the right combination of apertures and shutter speeds is initially hard to comprehend. This article is written to help you control your image's look, while maintaining correct exposure. The depth of field is the distance in front of and behind the subject which appears to be in focus. There is only one distance at which a subject is precisely in focus, but focus falls off gradually on either side of that distance, so there is a region in which the blurring is tolerable.


Sports photography guide at Nikonians

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-07-21 10:09:00
Sports photography guide at Nikonians : Nikonian Steve Johnson provides a step-by-step tutorial for parents who want to photograph their children's sports events and come home with professional quality results. Successful sports photography can be achieved with basic point and shoot cameras, but the most reliable results will consistently come from single lens reflex (SLR) cameras. Single lens reflex cameras generally cost more, but provide you with more control over the settings, allowing you to be more effective in shooting sports. That flexibility is crucial in helping you cope with the challenges of sports and action photography. You will see that as you progress in the sports photography guide.


Nikon Creative Lighting System at Nikonians

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-07-21 10:08:00
Nikon Creative Lighting System at Nikonians : Nikonians have published an article by Nikonian Darrell Young (DigitalDarrell) explaining the use of the Nikon D200's Speedlight Commander. Darrell takes the mystery out of Nikon's Creative Lighting System with a step by step guide to the built-in Commander Mode Speedlight controller of the Nikon D200. The Nikonians article will have readers quickly grasping not only the principles of this integrated lighting system, but also show how to put it to practical use by combining the built in- pop-up Speedlight with two external Speedlights designed to take sophisticated commands from the Nikon D200 digital SLR camera. CLS (Creative Lighting System) is an advanced wireless lighting technology.


Nikonians Photographers of the Year 2006 Contest

Mark Peters : 2006-05-25 12:45:00
Nikonians Photographers of the Year 2006 : Excellent photography does not always come from the most expensive cameras. Wendy Roscoe of Australia proved that point when she used her professional experience in simply photographing her daughter with a Nikon D70 and posting it on her Nikonians Gallery. The image caught the attention of the Nikonians Masters Society, composed of outstanding professional and distinguished advanced amateur photographers, and resulted in her selection as the color category winner of Nikonians Photographers of the Year 2005. “Her photograph shows us all the ability to produce excellent work, by concentrating on the image and fundamentals of composition,” said Chris Gray, Director of Nikonians Photo Contests.


Nikonians appoints Tom Boné as Chief Editor

Mark Peters : 2006-03-20 00:03:00
Nikonians appoints Tom Boné as Chief Editor : Nikonians, a worldwide community for Nikon photographers and enthusiasts, appoints Tom Boné as Chief Editor. Tom Boné will be coordinating Nikonians original content creation efforts for the community's expanding readership, which includes imaging professionals as well as advanced photo amateurs. His background in photojournalism spans more than 35 years, starting with his first Nikon camera in 1969. Tom Boné has been an active team member in the Nikonians community since April 2002. "We are truly grateful to have a member with the news media background of Tom Boné join our content and publishing team," says J. Ramon Palacios, one of the community's two founders.






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