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It can be a challenge to take original photography of popular tourist spots. See how photographer Tomas Sentpetery uses NIKKOR lenses to ‘look deeper’ and deliver different perspectives of European travel destinations, from both above and beyond the surface.
Model Meets Mural
London is internationally recognised for both its fashion credentials and vibrant street art, but what happens when you bring the two together?
Faces of Christmas
Santa Claus might be the figurehead of Christmas, but there’s an army of people who work throughout the year to make the most-loved festive traditions a reality.
Warsaw is renowned for its varied architecture, reflecting the city’s long and colourful history. It was the perfect location for German photographer Max Leitner to deliver stunning architectural photography – with a twist.
Cutting through the Chaos
From its neon-drenched nightlife to the unique balance between tradition and modernity, via stunning urban scenery, Tokyo is a haven for travel photographers.
The Beauty of Rust
‘The Beauty of Rust’, captured by macro photographer, Alberto Ghizzi Panizza, reveals the beautiful contrast between the lush Swedish forest and rusting vehicles in “Bilkyrkogården Kyrkö Mosse” – a car “cemetery” near Ryd, Linköping, Sweden.
The Nutcracker in the dark
In an exclusive photo shoot, Nikon partners with Melissa Chapski and dance photographer, Laurent Liotardo, to showcase how the new Nikon D3400, a DX-format DSLR for photography beginners, makes it easy to shoot high-quality images and then share them instantly.
Moment of Impact
How can you capture the #MomentofImpact? Nikon partnered with two-division BAMMA world champion mixed martial artist Tom ‘Fire Kid’ Duquesnoy and sports photographer Tom Miles to capture split-second moments of impact and reveal scenes that what would otherwise be impossible to see with the naked eye.
Elevate The Everyday
The frustration of ‘vemödalen’, trying to capture something amazing when thousands of identical images already exist, is something that all photographers have faced.