Make the most of this time

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Nikon’s mission has always been to empower creators. In these uncertain times, we can do that by helping creators stay inspired, engaged and growing. That’s why we’re providing all of our courses free for the entire month of April. Let’s come out of this even better.

Get into the creator’s mindset and learn how to easily shoot video with Nikon cameras

Learn the secrets to taking portraits that will be cherished for a lifetime

Learn how to make a picture, not just take one

Take control of your photography. Nikon School instructor and professional photographer Reed Hoffmann will help you go beyond your camera’s Auto mode and master the fundamentals of photography
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Nikon School | Online
Whatever your skill level or camera brand, Nikon School classes can help you expand your photography and video skills.

Stream every class for free at Nikon

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Can You See the Jaguar Hiding in the Tree?

Ron Magill, Nikon Ambassador, wildlife photographer and zoologist regularly travels the globe photographing and documenting wildlife. He normally takes his pro gear for these images but in recent years he’s also begun taking bridge-zoom COOLPIX cameras along for the trip. On a recent research trip to the Pantanal in Brazil to study, among other things, jaguars, Ron took along his COOLPIX P1000, “to see if there may be some opportunities to see what it could do in this environment,” he explains.

Ron found the COOLPIX P1000 to be “worth its weight in gold when it comes to versatility and ease of use and transport!”

“When it comes to birds that often fly away before you can get close enough to get the shots you’re hoping for, that 3000mm optical zoom is priceless!” He adds, “It was able to capture some very nice shots for me that were just not possible with my other gear from the distances I had to work with.”

“While working with the jaguar researchers, we were tracking a collared jaguar and found her up in a tree where she was fairly relaxed,” Ron explained. “After getting what I needed with my D5 and D500, I decided to take out the P1000 to do a series for the researchers to illustrate how effectively a jaguar can conceal itself in a tree. If she had not had the radio collar on, we would have never found her!”

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COOLPIX P1000 Zoom Sequence Highlights the Camera’s Breathtaking Zoom
Super telephoto zoom bridge camera amazes
Featuring Nikon Ambassador Ron Magill

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more at Nikon

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Legends of the lens: The best iconic Nikon photos

Obviously, whittling down the many iconic Nikon photos is no easy task, but here’s our pick of the shots that have changed the world and changed people’s minds.

Galen Rowell | Rainbow over the Potala Palace, Tibet (1981)
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David Doubilet | Danko Island (2011)
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Steve McCurry | Afghan Girl (1984)
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Stuart Franklin | Tank Man (1989)
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Joe McNally | The Pegasus (2003)
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Legends of the lens: The best iconic Nikon photos
more at Amateur Photographer

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Master The Light : la carte blanche de Lily Rose

En milieu urbain, quels conseils donneriez-vous à un photographe pour capturer au mieux la lumière ?

En milieu urbain, il n’y a pas de mauvaise lumière. Tous les moments de la journée peuvent s’avérer être intéressants. Il faut tout d’abord être créatif. Ne pas avoir peur de jouer avec les forts contrastes, les fortes ombres et les silhouettes.

La nuit apporte une toute autre dimension au milieu urbain et offre un nombre incroyable de possibilités en terme de photographie. Soyez attentif aux différentes sources de lumières qui s’offrent à vous (lampadaires, réflexions sur des pavés mouillés, façades illuminés, etc…), ainsi qu’aux mouvements (expo longue avec l’aide d’un trépied,etc..).

Assurez-vous d’exploiter les couleurs au maximum (néons, illuminations, etc…).
Enfin, être patient car lorsque je trouve une source de lumière qui me plait, je reste en général sur place un long moment en attendant qu’un sujet intéressant vienne compléter/perfectionner ma composition.
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Master The Light : la carte blanche de Lily Rose
via le mag

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Nikon D780 Vs D750 – What’s The Difference? What’s New? What’s The Same?

Nikon D780 vs D750 – What’s new and improved on the new Nikon D780 compared to the D750. We go through all the details, letting you know what’s different and what’s the same.

If you just want to see the differences at a glance, have a look at this table

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Here are the main physical changes in controls:
– A new AF-ON button has been added to the back of the camera
– There’s a top ISO button, and the metering button has been moved to the back (left)
– The i and info buttons have been moved around
– The LV (live-view) / photo/stills switch has been repositioned (giving easier access for your thumb)

What are the minor differences between the Nikon D780 and Nikon D750?
There are additional updates and new features added to the Nikon D780 that whilst not groundbreaking, is still worth mentioning.
– In-camera digitizing support – designed to let you shoot negatives, with the optional “Film Digitising Adapter ES-2” and a macro Nikkor lens.
– Auto white balance options have been updated (3 types available, compared to 2 on the D750).
– New Creative Picture Controls (Dream, Morning, Pop, Sunday, Somber, Dramatic, Silence, Bleached, Melancholic, Pure, Denim, Toy, Sepia, Blue, Red, Pink, Charcoal, Graphite, Binary, Carbon)
– The focusing screen is a Type B BriteView Clear Matte Mark VIII, compared to Mark III version in the D750.
– 1:1 aspect ratio is now an option, and 16:9 photos can be taken in movie live view mode (at 8mp).
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Nikon D780 Vs D750 – What’s The Difference? What’s New? What’s The Same?
continue reading for more detail at: ephotozine
by Joshua Waller
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Portraits de rue

And the Winners are…

Portrait Stella
Réalisé dans les rues de Béziers lors de la Féria.
Profil de Stella une jeune fille de 8 ans
par Thibault Morineau
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Le sens de la marche
Photo prise à Rumelange au Luxembourg. Pour cacher des travaux de construction, la ville avait posé une affiche montrant l’évolution de l’homme.
Robert Deganis
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Scènes de rue
Madagascar côte Ouest
par Jean Philippe Vidal
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par Matthieu Totet
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Enfant du Pérou
Un regard, un portrait, dans les rues de Cusco, au Pérou.
La photo est belle je le sais, mais le fait que ce regard croise mon objectif relève entièrement de la chance.
Malheureusement, en grandissant, plus d’une enfant péruvien sur trois se verra obligé de travailler afin d’aider sa famille.
par Nicolas Pregre
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Portraits de rue
via Nikon

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