From #nikonambassador @tamaralackey: “every once in a while i’ll stop myself from taking a photograph until i make sure that everything really is as it appears to be. sometimes things - and people - just seem too insanely beautiful to be true.
these mountains just above corvara, #italy are brilliant, humbling, and stunningly massive. the golden light skimming just over the top of them here was just a freakin' gift and, once again, made every hour of another hike up to the top so completely worth it. i absolutely love the highlights, shadows, warmth, and dimension in this image, and i am already envisioning how it will look printed as a large metal piece.
From #nikon photographer @micahphoto_: “lost lake is one of the most peaceful places that we spent time at in #oregon, watching the stars glisten overhead and reflect on the lake to this beautiful sunrise. with #mounthood towering in the background, it’s places like this that make all the money spent, time traveling, hours of planning, and early mornings worth it.” shot with the nikon d810. #lostlake#travel#travelphotography#mthood
Looking to shake up your photo routine? go ultra-wide! a wide-angle zoom lens like the af-p dx #nikkor 10-20mm f/4.5-5.6g vr allows you to do unexpected things like get low to the ground and include lots of foreground for an interesting shot. visit bit.ly/igultrawide for more #zoom lens tips & tricks!
How does travel photographer & new #nikonambassador@debsandidge turn the ordinary into the startlingly different? by looking at her surroundings through a new kind of lens – the af-s fisheye nikkor 8-15mm f/3.5-4.5e ed. have you tried it? show us using #nikonnofilter!
Ever since the nikon f film camera, generations of nikon cameras have been built around the f mount. building on that technology and dna, we're now aiming for new heights. nikonusa.com/mirrorlessiscoming #mirrorless#photography#nikon#nikonmirrorless
Featuring soft tones, pops of bright color and some post-processing magic, @brandonwoelfel creates images that capture a sense of wonder - and the attention of over 2 million followers. one piece of advice he has for other photographers is to “produce the work that you personally find interesting, you’ll gain a priceless amount of experience that will manifest into your art and your audience.” he shot this dynamic photograph using the nikon d850 and af-s nikkor 58mm f/1.4g lens. head to our learn & explore on nikonusa.com to get more tips from brandon! #photography#d850#nikkor#58mm#brandonwoelfelstyle#brandonwoelfelinspired#portrait#portraitphotography