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The Image Doctors #129

Nikon Z9 Hands-On Review

Nikon Z9 camera with lens

Jason recently received a Nikon Z9 mirrorless camera, and we both had a chance to use it in the field. This week, we’ll discuss the major new features it offers Nikon users, and discuss how those features can change your approach to photography in the field.

The Image Doctors #128

When to use HDR in your photos

10 years ago, it was commonplace to see extreme HDR tone-mapped images all over the photographic community. Between cameras with better sensors and a change in tastes, HDR isn’t all that noticeable anymore. This week, we look at the role HDR plays in our own photography and the techniques we use when processing our images.

The Image Doctors #125

Photographing Holiday Lights

‘T is the season for festive holiday light displays! This week, we’ll offer our tips and tricks for getting impactful shots of holiday lights, including the best times, places, and equipment to use.

Nikon Announces Two New Z-Mount Lenses

Earlier this week, Nikon announced two new Z-mount lenses.

The Nikon 28-75mm f/2.8 is a fast, midrange zoom intended to offer a lower-cost option for available light shooting as compared to the 24-70mm f/2.8S lens.

The Nikon 800mm f/6.3 Z Nikkor was announced as “in development.” We don’t know much other than it will incorporate Nikons Phase-Fresnel (PF) design elements to reduce size and weight.

The Image Doctors #124

Customizing Your Camera Functions & Controls

Today’s digital cameras, especially mirrorless ones, offer a tremendous amount of customization. This week, we’ll take a look at why you should customize your camera functions & buttons, and share our most frequently used settings.

Join us for a virtual holiday party!

We’ll be live online December 26th for a virtual holiday party. Free tickets are available here. Join us to share some holiday cheer!

The Image Doctors #123

The Importance of Ergonomics When Choosing a Camera

This week, we go beyond megapixels and autofocus to look at the importance of ergonomics in choosing a camera. Whether it’s the control layout, button size, or customization options, there’s a lot more to camera design than just the sensor alone.