Dragon Blood: Nikon Ambassador Marsel van Oosten’s journey to Socotra, Yemen

"We live in a time where people are traveling more than ever before. Places that were completely unknown ten years ago are now popular tourist hotspots. I often hear people say there are no wild places anymore on this planet, no places left to discover. That is not true – there are still so many places left where few people have ever been before, but that’s usually for a reason.'

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What Nikon’s SnapBridge v. 2.6 can do for you

Imagine for a second, you had the capacity of a proper camera in your smartphone: full control over speed, aperture and ISO, flattering bokeh and other enabling features, along with

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Championing talented female photographers: Introducing the Marilyn Stafford FotoReportage Award 2019

This year, Nikon is the proud sponsor of the award celebrating talented female photographers and the difference they are making in the world. The Marilyn Stafford FotoReportage Award, facilitated by

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How well do you know your angles? Wide-angle lenses, Misleading Lines & Max in Warsaw

Max Leitner is one of Europe’s most exciting up-and-coming photographers. With a unique urban style that sees him play with composition, frame and perspective, Max’s ever-growing Instagram following is a

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More than Photography: Kevin Young’s Inspirational Road to Recovery

Photography often documents journeys; however, few are as inspirational as Kevin Young's. After overcoming a life-threatening accident in 2011, Kevin re-focused his photography to specialise in architectural and portrait work. Inspired by his love for all things technical, Kevin's determination to overcome both his physical and creative challenges is what makes his work truly special. It is a reminder that photography is more than just capturing great images or moments. Here, he talks to us about his road to recovery and how photography played a vital part.

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