Here's what's been happening on ePHOTOzine's six Micro-Sites this week:
On Nikon Nation this week, there are techniques on getting creative with the white balance of your Nikon camera, as well as a feature all about Nikon's fluorine coat technology, which helps the lens to stay clean and dry. We've reviewed the Coolpix S810c this week, which has an Android v4 running system, so be sure to take a look at the reviews section to fond out more.
On Totally Tamron, there are techniques on shooting abstract images using blur, as well as features on why a zoom lens is perfect for travel photography. Make sure you keep up to date with David Pritchard and his days zoom past blog too, where he's currently putting the Tamron 70-200mm lens through its paces.
Over on Olympus Image Space, you can learn more about taking good summer portrait photo with Olympus kit in the techniques section, plus there's a round-up of the smart features of the PEN E-P5 to take a look at in the features section. Olympus has also released the June edition of its free online magazine too, so be sure to take a look at the news section to catch up with all the latest.
There are techniques on photographing carnivals with your Pentax kit on Pentax Portal, plus take a look at our top ten Pentax lenses reviewed on ePHOTOzine in the features section. We reviewed the Pentax HD P-DA AF 1.4x AW Rear Converter this week, plus there's news of how you can win a Pentax experience day when you buy certain Pentax products from Clifton Cameras.
On Samsung NX Generation this week, there are techniques on creating photography stories with Samsung kit, plus there's a feature explaining more about Samsung Speak Pictures and how it can help you. We reviewed Samsung PRO EVO memory cards this week, and there's news about Samsung's 100 days of family campaign, too.
Finally, on EIZO ColorZone, there are techniques on carrying out a brightness / chromacity variation check on your monitor, plus there are top tips on software calibration in the features section. Make sure you keep up to date with everything EIZO's been up to by checking out their Facebook and Twitter feeds, embedded into the site, too.