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The Lens is the Brush. The Sensor is the Canvas
No strobes. No added artificial light. No reflectors. No diffusers. Just a camera and a lens shot “wide open” in cinematic style for Nikon Ambassador Vincent Versace, who tested the new AF-S NIKKOR 105mm f/1.4E ED in several portrait settings. Read more.
Into the Wild with David Wright and the Nikon D500
“As someone who splits his time between shooting stills and video, I am always looking for a camera that can do it all. It’s a tall order; you either have a great still camera that is OK at video, or a capable video camera that takes average stills,” remarks global cinematographer David Wright. In the past year, Wright’s clients have included the BBC, National Geographic, PBS and the online service Curiosity Stream. Read more.
Dusk to Dawn: Adam Woodworth Takes the Nikon D5 into Darkness
“Sometimes it’s more about the journey than the photo,” theorizes landscape astrophotographer Adam Woodworth. “You reach a spot then don’t get the image you want, but the experience is amazing. Other times it happens that both journey and photo leave you excited.” On a return visit to Newfoundland, this time carrying the Nikon D5, Woodworth walked away with both. https://bit.ly/2WZUqR8
The Richness of Peru: Fashion Photography with Joe McNally
I can’t imagine any area of the earth better suited for a series of wonderfully high resolution fashion photographs than South America. The exuberance of culture and life, plus the sheer color in this region, make perfect subject matter for NIKKOR optics and the Nikon D810 camera. The Nikon D810, with 36.3 megapixels and an FX format sensor, yields files of extraordinary detail and outstanding color response. Read more.
Street Scenes, Studio and Stage with Joe McNally
New York City is one of the great performance capitals of the world, so when Natalie Wilmshurst came to Gotham this summer, Nikon Ambassador Joe McNally started filling out his own dance card. McNally’s vision was to create a dynamic set of location photos of a beautiful and accessible subject.
How to Run a Successful Wedding Business
Bambi Cantrell founded her studio in 1986. At that time, nuptials photography was a male-dominated, logic-driven business practice. Male photographers dictated what was shot and how subjects were posed within the frame. https://bit.ly/2TGMm5G
Autumn in New York: Tips and Tricks from Nikon Senior Product Manager Lindsay Silverman
“I am very lucky to live in a place that has distinct changes of seasons. Once September hits, we start seeing a gradual shift from greens and blues to the rich and warm tones of fall: tawny brown, red, orange, mustard yellow. Autumn in New York is a wonderful place to observe the changing colors,” says Lindsay Silverman, senior product manager for the Nikon professional DSLR line. Read more.
Big Boats & Big Wind
The annual seven race Rolex Big Boat Series was held in San Francisco September 15-18 this year. Contrasted to last year, where final day competition was aborted due to no wind and sailors opted for shirtless sun tanning and bottled brews, the final day rounded out things with steady 15+ knot sea breezes.
In 1958, Rolex was among the first premier timepiece companies to begin supporting yachting events. Rolex maintains a global alliance with twelve prestige clubs, including the St. Francis, the Royal Ocean Racing Club, Royal Malta Yacht Club, Yacht Club Capri and Kieler Yacht-Club. Read more >>
San Francisco Bay View Aboard America's Cup Boat USA 76
Even though the sailing season in Northern California scales back in the late fall to winter months, we locals still hit the water with vigor when an opportunity comes up, rain or shine. Personally, I love slogging around on a boat in the rain, but my camera does not, so when Peter Ziegler at ACsailingSF sent me an email asking if I'd like to join for a social sail I said yes. Lucky for me, the invite fell on the best weather day of this past weekend, Sunday. Read more>>