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#NikonSchool Tip: When setting up a photograph, you can use lines to help guide the viewer’s eye to a specific point in the frame, or just to make for an interesting image.
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01/21/2017 at 10:29. Facebook
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01/20/2017 at 13:35. Facebook
Join Nikon in South Africa and well known Sports Photographer, Christiaan Kotze, for an exciting photographic workshop that will teach you how to achieve freeze frame action and motion in your sport photography. Christiaan will guide you on how to implement the correct exposure and settings to create breathtaking action images. Don't miss out on this awesome opportunity to learn all about...
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01/19/2017 at 08:14. Facebook
Let your creativity run through every angle and detail with the D5600.
The D5600 is designed with an intuitive touchscreen vari-angle LCD monitor, so you can give your images an edge by experimenting with interesting perspectives.
While you are shooting, share them with your friends and followers with the SnapBridge app, which allows you to automatically transfer your still images to your...
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01/18/2017 at 14:38. Facebook
Check out these great Action photography tips by Anthony Grote Photography!
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01/18/2017 at 13:41. Facebook
There’s more than one way to shoot amazing action photographs. Get creative with sequence shots by setting your camera to a high speed continuous shooting mode, followed by stacking the images in post-production to create a fun action sequence effect. A tripod is essential when attempting to shoot motion using this method to ensure that the background is consistent throughout all the...
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01/17/2017 at 14:37. Facebook
Improve your knowledge of action & sports photography, both creatively and technically, with an exciting Nikon School workshop!
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#NikonPhotographyTip: Keep the horizons straight in your images - Unless you are doing so artistically, keep the horizon or a significant line in your photo straight. Having the horizon tilted can make the photo look off balance.
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SnapBridge is the technology that gives you a constant connection between a compatible Nikon digital camera and smart device, using Bluetooth® low energy technology.
With #SnapBridge, you can easily share and geotag images, so it’s simple to plot photos on a map. You can even display a live view to remotely fire the shutter, and depending on your camera, operate the AF and zoom functions. More...
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Need to capture an extraordinarily quick subject like this Namaqua chameleon mid-meal? Freeze the action with a fast shutter speed like 1/640s.
This amazing image by Christiaan Kotze, well-known Sports Photographer, just shows how you can get creative with action & motion.
Model: NIKON D5
Lens (mm): 116 mm
ISO: 320
Aperture: 22
Shutter: 1/5
Exp. Comp.: -1.0
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Improve your knowledge of action & sports photography, both creatively and technically, with this exciting Nikon School workshop.
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Knowing how to properly light your subject can be challenging, especially in tough lighting conditions! Join Brett Florens for FREE Online Training on 11 January at 20:00 as he walks through some of his images and share how to achieve stunning lighting in any situation!
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Nikon Tip: Freeze Sports Action
The key is using a high shutter speed. On compact cameras, use the sports scene mode. On a D-SLR, pick a high shutter speed of 1/500th of a second or above. This will freeze almost all action. If the light is low, adjust your ISO to a higher sensitivity (800-1600 ISO), which will allow you to select a faster shutter speed.
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Panning is a great technique for photographing moving subjects which allows you to get the subject relatively sharp, and blur the background. This adds a sense of speed and action. It works particularly well when you have a background that is unattractive or distracting. The basics behind panning is you choose a slow shutter speed, and move your camera to follow the subject.
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Exploring NIKKOR Lenses: AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-140mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR
A compact all-in-one lens that's ready for anything from wide-angles and gorgeous portraits to highly detailed close-ups. Check out the video to see this lens in action.
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