Here's a round-up of what's been happening on ePHOTOzine's 6 Micro-Sites this week:
On Nikon Nation this week, there are techniques on shooting at twilight, photographing converging verticals and lines, product photography tips and more, plus features on reasons to shoot a self portrait. Check out our review of the D3300 DSLR, plus there's news about production of Nikkor lenses reaching 85 million units.
Over on Totally Tamron
, there are features on what the differences are between Di, Di II and Di III lenses, plus there are techniques on which lenses are best to take on a shoot in the city and how to utilise them best. Make sure you check out David Pritchard's blog, the days zoom past, too, to check out his latest thoughts on the Tamron 24-70mm lens, too.
You can learn about what images will work well in black and white on Olympus Image Space
this week, as well as 5 top indoor projects to have a go at with your Olympus kit. Plus, there's a round up of current Olympus offers in the news section, so you can keep up to date with all the latest information.
On PENTAX PORTAL
this week, there are tips on shooting video with your Pentax camera in the techniques section, plus take a look at Emma's latest K-50 blog post, where she looks at creating bokeh with the macro 35mm lens. There are new lens reviews this week, including the 100mm f/2.8 macro WR, so be sure to check out the reviews section.
On EIZO ColorZone
this week, there are features on why a gray card is useful for colour management, and find out how to use EIZO ScreenSlicer software to partition your monitor with ease in the techniques section.
You can find out about Samsung NX camera's Story Album feature this week on Samsung NX Generation
, which helps you create photo montages from your memories, plus you can learn more about the advanced screen technology used in the brand new NX30. There is also news about the Samsung search for your best 'Petsie' photo.