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NikonUSA Jul 12
A cotton candy sunset sits atop the skyline in this photo by Dennis Maida. How does he capture ? “When I’m shooting near the water at sunset, I use a polarizer and grad filter to ensure I don't blow out the highlights & mitigate the glare.” 📸:
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cruibin Jul 17
Need to get out again and take a few pics
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Nikon Australia Jul 14
"It was utterly dark at the new moon, when a distant ocean storm began to flash under the Milky Way. Some faint red airglow to the right of frame sets off the blue glow of lightning just nice too. What a show!” by Will Eades on the
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Stephen Waycott Wildlife Photography 20h
A young White-tailed Deer buck enjoys the fresh spring grass in a park in the middle of town. , Canada
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Joseph Kiswili Jul 15
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Nikon UK & Ireland Jul 15
Introducing Mia Karlsvärd, Nikon photographer and editor-in-chief of the Swedish Bee Magazine. Mia has been a photographer for over 30 years and has lately been focusing on photographing bees. Watch the video to find out why she still chooses the Nikon
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Stephen Walker Jul 13
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Stephen Waycott Wildlife Photography Jul 16
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Stephen Waycott Wildlife Photography Jul 17
Two Stink Bugs attack a skipper butterfly. I'm not sure if they were hunting together or competing for the kill. , Canada
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Stephen Waycott Wildlife Photography Jul 15
Mr. and Mrs. Mallard demonstrating how to blend in with their surroundings. , Canada
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José R. Martinez Jul 12
It is and time. on the fields give a nice contrast with the dramatic sky.
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Kevin P Kitching. (KPK Photography) Jul 14
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Stephen Waycott Wildlife Photography Jul 14
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ANDIE DEROUX Jul 13
Photos from some recent travel over Greenland.
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Uwe Skrzypczak Jul 11
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NikonUSA Jul 18
Next stop for our challenge: Valley of Fire State Park in Overton, NV! After a few hours of trying to find this unnamed arch, took this shot with the & AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8G ED. Share your travel photos with to be featured!
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Stephen Waycott Wildlife Photography Jul 11
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mike machian Jul 14
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Peter Ribbeck Jul 14
Our moon, Jupiter, Callisto, Europa and Ganymede last night.. I couldn’t see Io. All taken from my back garden in Ayrshire
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Jason Furda Jul 17
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