If you are trying to get the best out of Nikon Capture NX, this is the webpage you want to bookmark. I am trying to create a comprehensive collection of available Nikon Capture NX and NX2 resources on the web. Here is the current list of how-to guides, tutorials, tips, techniques, and other related information. Please consider it work-in-progress. If I missed anything, please let me know by using the comment box below. ¬†Last updated: June 9, 2011. Read More…

Posted in Online Resources on September 30th, 2008. 32 Comments.

So many interesting things happen in the digital photography world everyday and I am having a hard time deciding which ones to blog about. At the end, I guess I could sample just a bit of everything I found interesting. So here is the DPTnT Digital Photography Links, September 17 2008 Edition. ūüėČ Read More…

Posted in Online Resources on September 17th, 2008. 2 Comments.

According to MoneyControl.com,¬†Epson announces the launch of India’s first comprehensive website exclusively for the Indian photographic community. The site, FotoFlock.com is entirely in English so our readers should also be able to check out the¬†articles, news, interviews, galleries, tips & tricks, etc.

Posted in Online Resources on September 15th, 2008. No Comments.

The layouts of the auto focus (AF) sensors in the viewfinders of some Canon, Nikon and Sony DSLR cameras are compared with rule-of-the-third grid lines superimposed, thanks to the DPReview forum member Matt Cham.

If you want to shoot with the rule-of-the-third composition, you may find it a little bit tricky on these viewfinders to auto focus at exactly the 1/3 points. The focus and recompose technique can still be useful, even with so many AF sensor points on some models.

Source: http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/read.asp?forum=1032&message=29295041

Posted in Digital SLR Cameras, Online Resources on September 12th, 2008. No Comments.

I came across this very informative article on photo.net. It was originally written in 2001 based on readers’ comments. So many of the recommendations, such as packing films with different speeds, do not really apply to today’s digital photography audience. However there are still quite some very useful tips covering all aspects including the things to do before you leave the house, what and how to pack your gears, safety and security, and some shooting tips. If you are interested in travel photography, there is a entire page on travel photography here.

Posted in Online Resources on September 7th, 2008. 1 Comment.

After two successful series (we have covered both here: part I and part II), Adorama has brought us the third round of its popular daily photography tips series, 100 in 100. Read the press release here and start reading the tips here.

Previous photography tips:

Posted in Online Resources on September 1st, 2008. No Comments.

Smashing Magazine has a list of 35 extremely beautiful HDR pictures. These are really high dynamic range pictures tone-mapped for displays (like your monitors) with limited dynamic range.

If you are interested in checking out more HDR pictures, please visit Flickr’s HDR group pool.

Posted in Online Resources, Popular Photos on August 20th, 2008. No Comments.

NX101 is a new site on Capture NX created by¬†Jerry Jongerius. It has a nicely organized collection of NX tips and tricks. DPTnT is mentioned in section 8 “Other Sources of NX Information”.¬†Check it out at¬†http://nx101.com/.

Posted in Online Resources on April 16th, 2008. No Comments.
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