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Turning Your Photos Into Video: Time Lapse Tips, Settings And Top Accessories For Your Camera

Capturing a stunning photograph on your camera is always a rewarding experience. If you haven’t tried out time lapse photography, though, you really should — it’s a completely different skill set, and it’ll broaden your knowledge of your digital SLR or mirrorless camera. The results you can get out of a simple setup with a little bit of extra time and effort are amazing — and are great to share with friends.

Sharing Photos On The Go: Connecting Your Camera To A Smartphone, Tablet Or Laptop

Having a portable, powerful digital SLR is a great way to take stunning photos wherever you are. In our hyper-connected culture, though, it’s hard to not want to share the photos you capture straight away, especially if they’re once-in-a-lifetime snaps. Newer cameras integrate incredibly useful features like Wi-Fi and NFC, though, that make connecting to a smartphone or tablet simple, and that make it possible to edit and share photos from anywhere you have a mobile signal.

Shooting Creatively With Your Camera: Special Effects Lenses And In-Camera Features

Feeling constrained by your camera’s kit lens? Want to get up close to the action, to capture a time-lapse video, to capture a beautiful Brenizer method photograph? There are a few things you can do in your camera’s settings, and a few different lenses you can try out, that can supercharge your photography and expand your skills.

Build Nikon's Very First SLR With This New Nanoblocks Set

Despite being tiny Lego imposters, Nanoblocks have managed to gain a healthy fan base by doing the same thing its competitor does: licensing brands and popular properties. Remember those Nanoblock McDonald’s sets? Now Nikon is getting in on the building fun too.

Our Favourite Photos From The 2015 Nikon-Walkley Photojournalism Awards

Every year, Australia’s most auspicious journalism awards are handed out by the Walkley Foundation. It’s a shame that there can be only one winner each year in the photojournalism category, because every nominee and image tell incredible, beautiful and movie stories. Here are our favourites from this year.

Sony's A7S Adventure Tested: The Ultimate Low-Light Mirrorless Camera?  

I’ve been dragging the Sony A7S on all of my adventures for the last few months — shooting in broad daylight and the dead of night. It’s gotten dirty; even dropped. Here’s how it performed.

Nikon D810 Review: The Ultimate Adventure Camera?

Last month, I took the Nikon D810 out on the Sierra High Route — one of the toughest adventures around. It got dirty, wet, and constantly banged around. Here’s how it performed.

These Are The Best Microscopic Videos Of The Year

Every year, Nikon’s Small World in Motion Competition rounds up the best microscopic videos from scientists across the world. The results are strange but beautiful — and the winner could help your hearing.

Nikon D810A: An Incredible DSLR Camera Modded To Shoot The Stars

The Nikon D810A is a slight modification to Nikon’s existing D810 professional DSLR powerhouse. Its guts have been tweaked to help astrophotographers shoot the beautiful cosmos.

Are There Any Surprises In Flickr's Camera Stats For 2014?

Thanks to EXIF (Exchangeable Image File Format) metadata, it’s not hard to find out which camera was used to take a photo, the date and even the settings used. This includes not only digital SLRs, but smartphones as well. With this information available, image-sharing site Flickr was able to figure out the most popular brands and devices its users have been wielding over the past year.

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