Our Brand New Nikon D-Town Podcast is Live!

Check it out! If you’re a Nikon shooter I’ve got some big news. Starting today, I’m co-hosting a brand new show with Scott Kelby called Nikon D-Town. It’s a weekly show sponsored by Nikon and centered around Nikon DSLRs (hence the name D-Town).

Each week Scott and I will share tips and tricks to use with Nikon DSLRs. We’ll even cover camera accessories as well as some Capture NX2 tips.

Our first show is in the bag and up on the brand new site Jump over and check out the first show (you can watch it right on the website without downloading anything). You can also download it through the link below. If you like it, subscribe to the feed and receive updates every time a new post goes up on the site. I hope you enjoy it! Leave a comment and let me know what you think. Thanks!

• Click here to download our first show
• Here’s a link to Nikon
• Subscribe to RSS Feed for Nikon D-Town

Oh yeah, the show will be coming soon to iTunes as well.



  1. Edmond 28 March, 2015 at 03:54 Reply

    his is truly a nice blog post. I’m quite delighted to be here. Thing is I’ve been using Nikon DSLR since last two years. It’s great for capturing the views. I often travel with my family and friends. Such time my DSLR keeps enormous contribution to capture happy, fun memories of our journey.

    However, I’ve learned some new tips through reading this post, that I really don’t have idea about DSLR. Just great, to improve my Nikon DSLR using the experience I’m looking forward to check out this website latest post.

  2. mattk 1 March, 2009 at 23:16 Reply

    Hey folks,
    I figured the Capture NX question would come up. It’s pretty simple. I know we all live in the Adobe world but believe it or not, a lot of people use Capture NX. It comes bundled with some Nikon cameras and honestly, when people ask it’s often difficult to argue “free”. So, we could just let some third party person do all of our Capture NX tutorials since we personally use Adobe products, or we could drop in a tutorial here and there for those folks that use it.
    No we’re not converting and you’ll notice I picked my words pretty carefully when introducing the tutorial. I said that I was going to show what I think is a big feature of Capture NX and I do indeed think that. That U-Point stuff is nice!

    – Matt K

  3. Bryan Stovall 27 February, 2009 at 11:45 Reply

    Matt and Scott,
    Enjoyed the new Nikon tips. Been shooting Nikons for 4o years now, but I got a couple of helpful tips first time out.( I hate reading the fine print in manuals.) Keep em coming. Great job!

  4. Mike Paterson 26 February, 2009 at 14:20 Reply


    I think this is great! You and Scott do such great stuff and I’m a Nikon shooter, so this seems like an awesome new thing. Can’t wait to see what all you guys do.

    I do echo Nathan’s question/concern about Capture NX, I do think the “U-Point” technology is great, but I’ve never wanted to add one more step and software application if it’s not needed. I understand it’s a Nikon sponsored show (I also understand if you then are obligated to show off their software) but does Capture NX really make it into your workflow?

    Great first show though! I look forward to the next. Thanks for giving us one more avenue of great information!


  5. Larry Loar 26 February, 2009 at 13:50 Reply


    That made my day! I’ve downloaded the show and can’t wait to see what good stuff you and Scott have put together! I LOVE the idea! Thanks again for all that you do.


  6. JanB 26 February, 2009 at 12:10 Reply

    I added the show although I do not own a Nikon camera but I’m sure Scott and you will make the program still informative and entertaining 🙂

  7. Nathan Holritz 26 February, 2009 at 11:14 Reply

    Hey Matt. Great to see that in addition to promoting the best post-processing software out there (Lightroom), you’re also a Nikon shooter!

    What confused me, however, is that you’re doing demos with Capture NX when, aside from the selective color adjustments you can make in Capture NX, the software is laughable in comparison to Lightroom in processing efficiency. It just felt like you were taking a step back and I was surprised.

  8. reddy 26 February, 2009 at 10:55 Reply

    Hey Matt,
    To my disaapointed, I dont see any of those has created the close captions/ subtitle. How will others understand if someone has interesting with your podcast? I am very interesting to learn new things if you just double think about the SUBTILE. Please do think of it twice as we hard of hearing has hard time to understand. Hearing people has more freedom than the hard of hearing. Please go by the ADA LAW which requires close captions/subtitle. I wont write again until your company thinks about it.

  9. Nick 26 February, 2009 at 10:46 Reply

    Nice one guys – that’s the Nikon freebies sorted!

    What’s next for the Kelby/Kloskowski empire – “ferrari-tv”, “armani-killertips”, or maybe something else?

    Just kidding, keep up the good work…

  10. Mike 26 February, 2009 at 10:29 Reply

    I loved the show and will use the Live View white balance.

    Matt: FYI – I own the D50 and D90 and I have never had to change any settings to use the command dial in preview mode to scroll through my pictures using the command dial. They both had that functionality right out of the box.

    Keep up the great work!


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