New Book Released: Mastering the Nikon D610

A new title from Rocky Nook, Inc. — for photographers, by photographers.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

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Mastering the Nikon D610 – New from Rocky Nook

Santa Barbara, CA— January 16, 2014 – Mastering the Nikon D610 by Darrell Young provides a wealth of experience-based information and insights for owners of the new D610 camera. Darrell is determined to help the user navigate past the confusion that often comes with complex and powerful professional camera equipment.

This book explores the features and capabilities of the camera in a way that far surpasses the user’s manual. It guides readers through the camera features with step-by-step setting adjustments; color illustrations; and detailed how, when, and why explanations for each option. Every button, dial, switch, and menu configuration setting is explored in a user-friendly manner, with suggestions for setup according to various shooting styles.

Darrell’s friendly and informative writing style allows readers to easily follow directions while feeling as if a friend dropped in to share his knowledge. The learning experience for new D610 users goes beyond just the camera itself and covers basic photography technique.

For a review copy or more information please email press@rockynook.com. Please include your delivery address and contact information.

About the author:

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Darrell Young (DigitalDarrell) is a professional nature and event photographer and an active member of Nikon Professional Services, Professional Photographers of America, and the North American Nature Photography Association. He’s been an avid photographer since 1968 when his mother gave him a Brownie Hawkeye camera.

Darrell has used Nikon cameras and Nikkor lenses since 1980. He has an incurable case of Nikon Acquisition Syndrome (NAS) and delights in working with Nikon’s newest digital cameras.

Living in the foothills of Great Smoky Mountains National Park has given him a real concern for the natural environment and a deep interest in nature photography.

He loves to write, as you can see in the Resources area of the Nikonians Online community (www.Nikonians.org). He joined the community in 2000 and his literary contributions led to his invitation to become the Founding Member of the Nikonians Writers Guild. You can visit his website here.

About Rocky Nook

Rocky Nook is a leading publisher of books written by photographers for photographers. Rocky Nook boasts over 100 titles by renowned authors from around the world covering a variety of photography topics, including composition, fine art, cutting-edge technology, and instruction manuals. Rocky Nook titles deliver premiere content that helps beginning through professional photographers master the art, craft, and technology of photography.

Founded in 2006 and headquartered in Santa Barbara, California, Rocky Nook is closely associated with dpunkt.verlag, a German publisher of computer and digital photography books.

Rocky Nook’s books are distributed worldwide by O’Reilly Media.

For information about the book and about Rocky Nook, visit: www.rockynook.com

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One Comment

  1. I just took the jump, from film to DSLR a few months ago, and I’m not a young pup anymore.

    Thanks to Darrel’s book “Mastering the D610”, has made my transition more possible. I LOVE this thing, well not quite yet – sometimes I get bad exposure/focus, but re-learning all the time (AF-S is not AF-C, in doubt AF-A!), and white balance = manually set the thing most the time or Auto2 as I like warm.

    Almost got a D800/D800E, however I spent money on GLASS : 1st an AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8G ‘beast’ (it STAYS on my D610), and just got the AF-S 70-200mm f/2.8G, the bigger beast. Where the heck is my aperture ring = sub command dial! 6 Spotmatics, 2 Canons, 4 other 35mm film cam’s and lenses in my closet are not happy right now… been shooting since 12 years old or so. Never heard of it, but now I shoot RAW only. Thanks again for a great reference/book, I’ve re-read it 3 times now…

    Thank you so much for sharing your information. Now to get that Atomos Ninja-2 recorder, yep – love shooting video also – your info/book got me hooked on video out of this puppy, bad. 😉

    Keep you lens clean, and keep on shooting.

    Regards,

    Chip Luck
    Flying Fat Cats
    Central Florida

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