D5100 built in HDR





Short description of what is HDR followed by Nikon D5100 HDR mode:
HDR or High Dynamic Range Imaging is a complete set of technology which enables one to have a larger dynamic range of brightness between the darkest and lightest zone of a picture. This feature makes it different from the normal photographic methods and the current digital imaging techniques. Continue reading

TimeLapse – Interval Timer Shooting





Time lapse photography is a technique used in cinematography which comprises of the tampering of the frequency at which film frames are captured. In this particular technique, the frame rate is much lower than that of the normal rate. In fact, time lapse causes the playback rate to be faster than that of the speed of time in the actual world.

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how to use Nikon D5100 selective color





Short description of selective color:
Selective color is a process used widely in photography after the original shot or picture has been taken. This technique entails converting selected parts of a photograph to black and white but leaving out some parts in color. Thus we get patches of color in a field of black and white. This effect is usually achieved by using editing techniques such as masking or layering in photo editing software like Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Fireworks etc. Continue reading

D5100 Video Mode





The new age photography provisions and the HD capabilities is greatly upgraded in the new Nikon D5100, and compared to its predecessor it even promises to build upon those which are offered on the high end D7000. The new D5100 offers the user with the choices of 720p or 1080p each, at 24, 25 or 30fps, which is definitely a promotion when we compare it to the old D5000 that offered only 720p HD video at 24fps. Continue reading

Nikon D5100 Special effects





Nikon presents the new SLR camera that offers the unique feature of special effect mode. You can select any option and apply it while recording video and shooting images. Before starting recording or shooting any still photo, this camera allows the photographer to view the special effects through the camera lens. This allows the photographer to confirm if he needs to apply the special effect or not while shooting. Continue reading

Nikon D5100 Vs Canon 600D EOS /T3i





Both the models D5100 and canon 600D has a compact DSLR makeup and anyone can be confused to make a good choice between the two. Experienced photographers may be compelled to the excellent features that both models carry like they have almost the same number of megapixel count, the screen which is twist and swivel type, HD video recording facility, and the pricing. However with a closer look and wise examination, we can find out the differences between the two models. Continue reading

Nikon D5100 VS D7000





Nikon has launched the new product, D5100, which has risen as a storm in the world of cameras. It has taken the most suitable place in the mid range of the two other models, D3100 and D7000. The price also fits. Though D7000 gives you a better and larger view finder, a focus motor that is built in, weather proof covering, and some other upgrades regarding internal features, yet D5100 can break out all the comparisons done with D7000. Continue reading

Nikon D5100 VS D90





Nikon D5100 VS D90- war between quality and style

Nikon D5100 and D90 are both very good cameras for photographers. Both these cameras have similar features like high mega pixel range, high resolution screens, good image qualities, multiple lens, and dynamic ranges and are also equipped with large screens. However, there are a lot of features that differ one from the other. Continue reading

Nikon D5100 external microphone (ME-1)



Nikon has launched its first stereo external microphone, Nikon ME-1. This is specially designed so that it can amplify any movie capabilities of cameras like Nikon SLR cameras. These microphones create a clear and crisp sound eliminating any type of unwanted noise that may result while operating. Continue reading

Nikon D5100 VS D5000





Nikon D5000 and Nikon D5100 are both becoming the preferred option of all photographers and enthusiastic travelers.  With features such as high quality of images, availability if multiple lenses, low noise at high ISO, flip out screens, superior dynamic range, large sensors, wider range in terms of the types of sensors and 24p support, they are definitely out- playing most of their competitors and leading the electronic market for cameras. Continue reading