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NikonUSA Dec 14
Replying to @mtaylor_photo
Awesome astro shot with your D750!
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NikonUSA Dec 14
Replying to @skfranks_
Stunning shot! What Nikon gear did you use to take this?
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NikonUSA Dec 14
Replying to @Tim_Thurmond
Hi Tim - There is no battery grip for the D5600. If you'd like a powerful DX camera that is compatible with a battery grip, check out the D7200 or the powerhouse D500!
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NikonUSA Dec 14
Replying to @tannerwendell
Stunning shot with your D850, Tanner!
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NikonUSA Dec 14
Replying to @adrianoINKart
Great shot, Adriano!
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NikonUSA Dec 14
We’re using the to photograph the sparkling lights with a soft effect this holiday season. Try shooting with the lens “wide open” & get close to your subject to create a more out-of-focus background. Share your best photos using !
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NikonUSA Dec 14
Way above the hustle and bustle of , captured the city's unmistakable energy with a pre-production Nikon . Share your timelapse videos with us using !
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NikonUSA Dec 13
Replying to @louistcdt
So exciting, Louis! Can't wait to see what you shoot!
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NikonUSA Dec 13
Replying to @brian_kushner
Glad you're loving the 500mm, Brian!
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NikonUSA Dec 13
Replying to @craig_cudi
Thanks for sharing, Craig!
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NikonUSA Dec 13
Replying to @webbsportsnet
Beautiful photo with your D5100, Christian!
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Joey Terrill Dec 13
By choosing a super-wide lens and then positioning the helicopter very close to the golf course, I was able to reduce the “atmosphere” to a minimum and obtain a clear image along with a view of the city and the surroundings.
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NikonUSA Dec 13
Replying to @KristiOdomPhoto
“I slowed my shutter down to 1/20th of a second so the stillness of the bear would really jump out from the movement of the water.“ . Photographed with the D5 & Nikon AF-S 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VR at ISO 160, f/32 and 1/20.
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NikonUSA Dec 13
Replying to @KristiOdomPhoto
“A brown bear sits on a rock looking for salmon in Alaska's Brooks River. I wanted to show the movement of the water, so I laid on the ground (I wasn't allowed a tripod on the viewing platform), and made a tripod with my elbows."
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NikonUSA Dec 13
For , setting up the perfect nature photograph often requires some creative thinking. Get a behind-the-scenes look at one of her photos 👇
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Joey Terrill Dec 12
In order to increase my odds of doggy portrait success, I used a technique called “close-focus, wide-angle.” Give it a try on something where you want the viewer to feel, “right there.” Nikon D850 | AF-S Nikkor 20mm f/1.8G ED
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NikonUSA Dec 12
Replying to @DigiScapes
Beautiful shot!
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NikonUSA Dec 12
Replying to @travisb1267
Stunning sunset shots, Travis!
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NikonUSA Dec 12
Replying to @MTTfoto
Love the way you captured the movement here!
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NikonUSA Dec 11
Replying to @craig_cudi
So exciting, Craig! Can't wait to see what you shoot!
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