Revolution or evolution: From the full-frame D3 to 3D Tracking on the D5 & D500

  When it comes to launching flagship cameras, stating that a lot of thought goes into it is a bit of an understatement. Indeed, much research, professional feedback, and testing

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Making a connection: Sending Olympic moments from Rio all over the world (part 1 of 2)

Nikon Pro spoke to two of the world’s most respected sports photographers about transferring images in the field. In this first blog, we start with multi-award winning sports photographer and

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HURRICANES AND BLIZZARDS: WEATHER PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS BY JIM REED, USA (2/2)

In part two of our 2-part blog series on weather photography, we hear from award-winning extreme weather photographer, Jim Reed, on how he takes images in some of the harshest conditions

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Artillery Passage Spitalfields, London by photographer Steve Ullathorne Think of London and you probably imagine red buses, The Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace and Big Ben, but head down a

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How to strike the right chord with your music festival photography

A music festival is a great opportunity to take some fantastic photographs and with festival season now in full swing, we wanted to make sure you’re fully prepared. We asked

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