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N-Photo Magazine November 2012 Back Issue

View Reviews   |   Write Review Only €7,99 N-Photo is the only monthly practical photography magazine covering Nikon digital SLR photography. Whether you want to take better pictures with your Nikon D-SLR, improve any digital photo in Photoshop or Nikon Capture NX 2 or buy the best Nikon-compatible kit, N-Photo has all the advice you need to get the most from your photography. .. read more Every tutorial has a live-action video guide to accompany it – just follow the links to our reader-only YouTube channel and enjoy two great ways to learn new skills! N-Photo is 100% Nikon and 100% independent.
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N-Photo  |  November 2012  


WHAT THE FX!
FULL FRAME SENSATION!
Nikon launches new low-cost big-sensor SLR
Is the D600 the poor man’s Nikon D800?
The pros (and the cons) of going full frame
N-Photo is the only monthly practical photography magazine covering Nikon digital SLR photography. Whether you want to take better pictures with your Nikon D-SLR, improve any digital photo in Photoshop or Nikon Capture NX 2 or buy the best Nikon-compatible kit, N-Photo has all the advice you need to get the most from your photography. Every tutorial has a live-action video guide to accompany it – just follow the links to our reader-only YouTube channel and enjoy two great ways to learn new skills! N-Photo is 100% Nikon and 100% independent.
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As a Nikon user I have to read N-Photo but ....

On 2010 I bought my first DSLR (D90) and started in the photography world.
A few months later I was walking by a newstand and found a N-Photo magazine and just out of curiosity I stated to read it, .... and imediatly I bought it.
At home i read it front to end several times always finding something new :)
I decided to subcrive it and have since 2011 been a subscriver.

What i don't like or think you could improve:
- N-Photo is printed in Europe, so why don't you put prices in EUROS? Why just USD and GBP? It is one big negative point and simple to correct.
- Articles have become more and more about photography (not wrong, after all it's all about photography) but less and less about deep new photo and Nikon technics (new ways of doing things, new features, etc)

What i like:
- Well, I supose everything else :), but the chalanges (Nokon skills) and the tests are what I always have to read and whatch the videos.

Ah: one last point: since you have "converted" the DVD into a webpage why not creat a subscription with only digital access? I'm starting to have dificulty finding room to keep all the printed issues :)
Manuel Campilho - Portugal
Reviewed viernes, 1 de octubre de 2021
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Keep including Affinity Photo tutorials Reviewed lunes, 9 de noviembre de 2020
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super! Reviewed sábado, 25 de julio de 2020
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N-Photo

Great magazine for the pro and amateur enthusiast. Reviewed viernes, 3 de abril de 2020
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N-Photo

Cheap and Amazing Reviewed viernes, 14 de febrero de 2020

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