A long, reflective walk through the woods is sometimes all it takes for our worries to disappear. This month, German photographer Nora Gorlitz describes her practice of capturing dreamlike landscapes in nature, illustrating the power of photography to preserve a moment in time forever.
Javan Ng may photograph familiar scenes, but his unlikely angles and motif-like visuals bring something extra to the table.
Elliot Lee gives interiors and exteriors the minimalist touch.
Garrett Yee finds brilliant hues wherever he wanders. Traversing the world with his significant other, together they are living in a technicolour dream.
When Nicolas Wauters first came to Tokyo, it was to explore the city’s gaming culture. However, it was not the video games, but the city itself that got under his skin in a way he never expected. In this article, the photographer shares his fascination of the capital city of Japan.
Ray Collins shoots in a “studio” that has the potential to overpower him. Working with ocean photography is always a risk versus reward. The Australian photographer shares his fascination of the almighty sea.
Explore the unknown and be inspired by Jon Dickson as he shares his perspective on the nature of photography.
Go on a journey with Dr Bhuminan Piyathasanan as he reaches out and achieves one of his lifelong dreams.
Kelvin Chan travels to Iceland to capture breathtaking shots of its enchanting landscapes. Read about his simple tips on taking the perfect panorama.
Carrying the awe for nature and fascination for photography, Matt Macdonald wanders to forests, cities, rivers and deserts, embracing every face of the world and looking for more to explore.
Igor Titov recounts his journey into photography from a simple hobby to full time career, as he dissects the method of wide-angle photography.
Hsiao-Tsa Chung recounts his inspiring journey into professional photography and deconstructs the vivid technique of HDR imaging.
With goals to capture images that tell a tale along his journey, Mohsin Abrar also uses photography to share his creative side and make lasting connections with his viewers.
Tânia Araújo’s traverses a diverse world with great intentions. She captures life as it unfolds in its many forms, from island living to the depths of the sea.
In the business of making memories, Ali Awais has many a tale to tell, memories to recount.
Having discovered the joy of photography two years ago, Phongthorn Poolruang recounts how far he has his great journeys over a short period of time.
Ading Attamimi follows the light across city and continents, not only transforming his worldview but also fuelling his fire for photography.
Dedicating a large portion of his life to travel, Joffray Duda’s love for photography came naturally with his adventures.
With both wedding shoots and personal works, Alex aims to simply reflect his own experiences in the photographer he captures. He believes documenting an experience, a journey or an event, he believes this is the only way to be brought back into it, to truly feel it all over again.
Anurag Jetley gives a master class in time-lapse videos and photography. Battling through the harsh weathers that exist in the Himalayas.
Wilson Lee seeks out minimal landscapes with precision and a Zen state of mind.
Urban photographer Merlin Kafka, takes compelling photos as Asian trails and aerial views become dominant elements in his photography.
Hong Kong Based Andrew Yang finds havens of green in the metropolis. He adventures uphill to gain vast vantage points over the city.
Landscape photographer Allan Salas’ deep-seated fascination for photography has empowered him to explore all realms of land, enabling him to discover dynamic sceneries.
Eugenio Frasca reportage style has taken him worldwide, but it’s Vietnam that he has always had a great fascination with. His series unveils the incredible beauty and diversity it houses in its people and places.
Bringing forth new landscapes to our eyes, the ocean for Kalle Lundholm is a moment-to-moment presence. He adapts to the ocean environment, turning a challenging situation into his own picturesque advantage.
Virginia-based photographer William Toti has a deep appreciation for nature. He reveals photographic art in everyday landscapes, generating a range of emotions for his audience, a legacy he hope will live long after he has left this earth.
Takahiro Bessho is a master at capturing hard to get moments. He embarks on apprehending vital components to where his imagination is injected onto real photos. Giving his viewers a sensation of depth, he creates his own golden hour through his dimension of imagery.
Travel enthusiast and Hong Kong-based photographer Peter Stewart has a deep passion for architectural photography, often finding himself taking the most vibrant photos of cityscapes.
Mike Mezeul II captures jaw-dropping scenes from nature. From super storms to the crimson moon, he shares his best and most exciting moments.
Tristan Shu captures the sprawling landscapes and high-octane sports in action.
Li Shen explores morphism, the seamless mapping of one object into another whilst preserving its structure.
Scott McCook transforms Mother Nature into a painterly motif. Pointing his camera down towards earth from his plane, he scouts for abstract nature that is alive with colour.
New photographer on the block Carroll Apeiz journeys to Guilin, China, for his first ever photography series.
A friend once made an interesting remark while observing me shoot. As I set up my camera and prepared to take the shot, he said in an offhand tone, “Actually, I don’t understand why people bother with photography. For me, I just store the image in my mind.”
Fashion photographer Olya Olenic veers away from the luxury world and goes back to basics with her Nikon L35AF, rediscovering her love for film.
I have always been inspired by change. Much like how life has evolved on the Galápagos archipelago, so has my experience with photography as a hobby, having progressed from film to owning my Nikon D90. Constantly on the lookout for new and thrilling photography experiences, my passion and wanderlust have brought me to this remote biological reserve off the coast of Ecuador with one goal in mind: To photograph a land, virtually untouched by mankind.
A story of tradition and legacy sparking modern day success, “Taking Aim” was shot exclusively on the D4S by Nikon ambassadors Scott Woodward and Michael Rogers. The story follows a young Bhutanese girl, travelling the roads of her ancestors to deliver traditional yak butter tea to her father.
With a passion for humanity, Weerapong creates beautiful works of nature, meant to inspire the good in all of us.
Reginald Van de Velde uses photography to remember what the world has forgotten – places, stories and memories that were once held dearly but now have now regressed or have chosen to be forsaken.
Follow Nikon Professional Photographer Scott Woodward as he heads to Bhutan to push the limits of the Nikon D4S, putting its all-weather build, high ISO and high-speed continuous shooting functions to the test.
Sam Garcia is a Nikon professional markets technical representative and a former instructor at the Nikon School of Photography as well as a faculty member of the Eddie Adams Workshop and a frequent lecturer at photo education seminars and workshops. He is, in short, one of Nikon's go-to guys when it comes to professional photography.
Philadelphia is a great city for making photographs. Whether you’re visiting for the first time or have been a resident for years, there is plenty to whet your photographic appetite. We asked photographer Bob Krist to share his favorite photogenic spots in the ‘City of Love.’
It started with a photograph. It almost always does.
"Great lenses pay off when the going gets tough," Jim Richardson tells us. Of course, "tough" can be a relative term.
New York City is a spectacular city for making photographs. Whether you’re visiting for the first time or have been a life long resident, there is an abundance of photographic opportunities to fill a day—or more—of shooting. We asked photographer Bob Krist to share his favorite photogenic spots in the ‘Big Apple.’
In a time where our very own technology can feel unfamiliar, the future is unfolding at a rate we can barely comprehend. With sci-fi being the muse of many, Daniel Cheong finds himself sitting atop metropolis landscapes such as Hong Kong, Dubai and Singapore, aiming his lens from all angles and revealing the vertical metal works piercing our skies.