Here's what's been happening on our five Micro-Sites this week:
On Nikon Nation this week, there are techniques on GPS & Geotagging with Nikon Coolpix cameras, plus there's a feature on Nikon's 1 AW1 weatherproof camera, where you can find out more about its features. Make sure you keep up to date with all the latest from Nikon in the embedded Facebook and Twitter feeds, too.
Over on Totally Tamron this week, There are techniques on garden photography in the summer, where Holly Constantine shares her tips on capturing macro images in your garden, and basic, but essential tips on using creative apertures for portraiture. There are also features on images taken by David Pritchard with the Tamron 150-600mm lens, which he's recently been testing.
There are techniques for taking better black and white photos along with how to shoot landscapes with interesting skies on Pentax Portal, along with ideas on how to photograph ruins in 5 easy steps, ideal if you're heading off somewhere with a lot of history on your holidays. This week we have reviewed the medium format Pentax 645Z, so be sure to take a look at how it performs in our reviews section. There's also news this week of Ricoh imaging becoming the official partner of Kumi-Yama 2014.
On Samsung NX Generation this week, there are techniques on tips to help you shoot sharp action shots, plus features on key features of the NX3000, Samsung's latest Smart NX camera. You can keep up to date with Samsung by checking out the Facebook and Twitter feeds embedded into the site, too. There is also the Samsung gallery to take a look at, where all the images taken with a Samsung camera are viewable to give you inspiration.
Over on EIZO ColorZone this week, there's an interview with burlesque and boudoir photographer Tigz Rice, who talks about her work, her brand and why she uses EIZO monitors. There's also a technique on additional steps for accurate colour matching helping you to improve your colour matching even further. To keep up to date with everything that EIZO is doing, take a look at the Facebook and Twitter feeds which you'll find on the left hand side of the Micro-Site.