Here's a round-up of what's been happening on our 6 Micro-Sites this week:
On Nikon Nation
this week, there are techniques on using Nikon Image Space with your tablet or smartphone, allowing you to browse and sort images on the go, plus check out our round-up of top recent bird photography examples in the features section. This week saw the announcement of Nikon's summer cashback, with up to £50 available on certain products. Take a look at the news section for more information.
There are techniques on photographing interesting skies with Tamron lenses on Totally Tamron
this week, plus find out more about extra refractive index glass in the features section. Keep up with Tamron through their facebook and Twitter feeds embedded on site. Take a look at David Pritchard's the days zoom past blog, where he's recently been shooting in woodland with the 24-70mm lens.
Over on Olympus Image Space
, there is a technique about why your Olympus camera will be ideal for street photography, plus there are kit suggestions for spring shooting in the features section, along with an article from Robin Whalley, who's been out and about shooting landscapes with the OM-D E-M5. Take a look at what courses and events are coming up too, in the news section.
On Pentax Portal
this week, you can find out about TAV mode and what it's useful for in the techniques section, plus find out about the post processing options available in camera with the K-50 DSLR in the features section. There's news this week of a Ricoh GR price drop, and you can find out more about this in the news section.
Over on Samsung NX Generation
this week, there are tips on smart filters ideal for shooting flowers in the techniques section, plus find out some of the ways in which the NX30 is better than a DSLR in the features section. We reviewed the Samsung NX Mini this week, plus there was news of the launch of the Samsung Galaxy K Zoom Smartphone being launched this week, too.
There are ten ways you can ensure colours are consistent throughout your photography process on EIZO ColorZone
this week and we've also reviewed the EIZO ColorEdge CX271 monitor, which is designed for accurate colour reproduction 99% Adobe RGB. Keep up to date with all the latest updates from EIZO by taking a look at their Twitter and Facebook feeds, too.