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Posts regarding Nikon Cameras, or Photos I shoot with my Nikon camera(s)

How I Customized my Nikon 700

I have not customized my Nikon camera that much, but the settings that I did change have really helped with my photography. Here is a list of the changes I have made in my camera. You can tell what changes

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What should format should I use RAW or JPG?

RAW vs JPG? Good golly there’s a lot of stuff on the web talking about what to shoot. You have people that shoot either one exclusively, shoot both all the time, mix-and-match and people who just don’t care or don’t

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Nikon D3100 Digital Field Guide Review.

J Dennis Thomas _JDT0505 is a trusted voice on flickr answering questions that photographers have about using their cameras, as well as a darn good photographer. Nikon D3100 Field Guide, published by Wiley Publishing, Inc, and is his 11th book. At first I

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Cadillac Ranch

Back in July of 2008 by BokehBrother Chris and I drove from South Florida back to Vegas.  The trip was fun and exciting, we stopped to see some great stuff, and wished we could have stopped at other places. One

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Hebert’s Huli Huli Haus

Its always fun spending an afternoon with friends, and it’s fun taking photos of a great and challenging place.  Hebert commissioned my good friends Suzanne and Bruce to build him a Tiki bar called “Hebert’s Huli Huli Haus.”  I must

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Hyperfocal Distance

Hyperfocal Distance is the distance of the nearest object you should focus on to achieve sharp focus at infinity. But isn’t the camera smarter at focusing and why can’t I just let it focus for me, that’s what I thought

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What Size Memory Card should I get for my Camera?

That’s a question that we will always ask, in fact a few years from now we will be asking 1,2 or 4 TB. Scott Bourne tells us not to purchase the largest ones, as they may not be as reliable

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