If you’re a photographer, one of the best things you can do for yourself is join an online group that focuses on your particular genre or the type of gear you use. I used to feel I had no time for forums until a friend suggested Nikonites. I joined in August and have been actively participating since then. It’s very UNLIKE your typical photo forum. You’re not going to find snobs, there’s a lot of expertise not only in photography but in Nikon equipment, and the members are very supportive of each other. It really is much more than a forum, it’s a community. You can participate in the weekly challenges, post photos for critiques, ask for help or advice. More importantly, rather than being ignored (as happens in other forums), you’ll be valued. So, if you’re a Nikon user, consider yourself invited to the party! If you’re a beginning photographer, you’ll grow in leaps and bounds. If you’re an expert or in-between, you’ll only get better. Click the graphic below to go to the forum, or here, to follow on facebook.
- . . . and they think the woman shouting instructions through the bullhorn was her mother. https://t.co/dRGVY6PIOw, 5 hours ago
- RT @TG22110: 3 minutes after reading this, we’ll have all forgotten how seriously dangerous and big a story this actually is. https://t.co/l0iGmWjjBE, 5 hours ago
- RT @chefjoseandres: Hey everyone...just finished delivering hot stews to some of the National Guard & others on this rainy night in DC. I know there’s a lot of concern about the Guard...but our city & many restaurants are making sure everyone is taken care of! One Guardsman had a message to share... https://t.co/IeZcFcoywD, 6 hours ago
- RT @kenolin1: Friends don’t let friends attempt coups., 6 hours ago
- ditto https://t.co/ZbXp6roLeS, 6 hours ago