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World’s first gigapixel photoshoot of the London skyline was done with a Nikon D850 (7.3 billion pixel photo)

The world’s first gigapixel photoshoot of the London skyline was done with a Nikon D850.

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World’s first gigapixel photoshoot of the London skyline was done with a Nikon D850 (7.3 billion pixel photo)

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Nikon D750 in -75°F

THE FROZEN HELL – Nikon D750 with Nikkor 20mm f/1.8 lens in -75°F temperatures On Saturday, January 6th, 2018, my friend Nathan and I climbed New York’s seconds highest mountain, Algonquin Peak (5,115 ft) in the Adirondack Mountains to experience some of the coldest temperatures on earth.

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Nikon D750 in -75°F

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Travel photography with a 35mm prime lens

“Travel Photography with a 35mm prime lens” is by Thorge Berger ( reisefotografie.de ): I am a travel photographer from Germany and a long-term NikonRumors reader. I have written one guest post for NR before which you can find here .

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Travel photography with a 35mm prime lens

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Adirondack Fall with the Nikon D750 and Nikkor 20mm f/1.8

Adirondack Fall with the Nikon D750 and Nikkor 20mm f/1.8 by Jonathan Zaharek ( Instagram , website ) My name is Jonathan Zaharek and I am professional landscape photographer. I’ve been doing this for about three years and professionally for one year. Every photograph below was taken with the Nikkor 20mm f 1.8.

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Adirondack Fall with the Nikon D750 and Nikkor 20mm f/1.8

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Venice in winter with the Nikon D810

Venice in winter with a D810 by Dominique Robert: Roughly 60,000 permanent residents versus 28 million tourists yearly, the Venetians are clearly overpowered. Traditional local trades, such as sausage-maker or puppeteer, are long gone, and even daily supply stores such as butchers’ shops or bakeries, are now being replaced by tourist traps full to the brim with Chinese “Venetian-looking” cheap merchandise. Even most of what is sold as so-called Murano glass comes from the industrial sweat shops and factories of the Far East

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Venice in winter with the Nikon D810

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The Nikon D800 in The Highlands (Scotland)

Today you’ll be taken on a trip through the far north of Great Britain, better known as Scotland, by Dennis Klemmer ( Web  |  Twitter  |  Instagram  |  Facebook ): My name is Dennis Klemmer and I work in professional advertising and photography in Germany. Every now and then I need to get some distance from my daily business and just do something different, purely non-commercial just for fun, just for me

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The Nikon D800 in The Highlands (Scotland)

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Christmas in Qatar with the Nikon D7100

Christmas in Qatar with the Nikon D7100 by Jeremiah Gilbert ( website | 500px ): Qatar is a sovereign country occupying the small Qatar Peninsula on the northeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula. Its sole land border is with Saudi Arabia to the south, with the rest of its territory surrounded by the Persian Gulf. A strait in the Persian Gulf separates Qatar from the nearby island of Bahrain

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Christmas in Qatar with the Nikon D7100

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Nikon D600 in the Philippines

Nikon D600 in the Philippines is by Jan Berounský ( website  | Facebook ): Last year I got offer to document a science project at Philippines. Our place to stay was Bohol island

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Nikon D600 in the Philippines

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Visiting Tanzania

Visiting Tanzania by Carl Nielsen ( Webpage  |  Tanzania homepage  |  Facebook  |  Panoramio  |  500px ): Tanzania Half a year ago, my 25 year old daughter asked me: what if we climbed the Kilimanjaro together. Yes of course and we combined the trip with a visit to some of the beautiful national parks in the northern part of Tanzania. We went there in the dry season July, beginning of August, when the weather is more stable, it is easy to drive on the roads – less muddy, and there is still plenty of animals

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Visiting Tanzania

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Nikon AF-S Nikkor 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VR lens field test review

    This field test report on the new Nikon 200-500mm f/5.6E ED VR  lens is by Roy Mangersnes  ( Facebook | Twitter  | Instagram , click on images for larger view): Due to efficient logistics and a good friend I was lucky to receive the new Nikkor 200-500mm f/5,6 lens a couple of days after I arrived in the Arctic. The next morning, September 14th, I embarked on a 10 days photographic expedition around the Svalbard archipelago. Like many times before I was hosting photographers from around the world to this magical destination on top of the world for our travel company  WildPhoto Travel

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