Find the perfect camera and lenses for you

Find the perfect camera and lenses for you

Wedding Photography

Wedding Photography

Whether you’re shooting stills or video, be inspired by the latest trends, tricks and tips for capturing those everlasting memories.

Look Deeper

Look Deeper

It can be a challenge to take original photography of popular tourist spots. See how photographer Tomas Sentpetery uses NIKKOR lenses to ‘look deeper’ and deliver different perspectives of European travel destinations, from both above and beyond the surface.

Model Meets Mural

Model Meets Mural

London is internationally recognised for both its fashion credentials and vibrant street art, but what happens when you bring the two together?

Faces of Christmas

Faces of Christmas

Santa Claus might be the figurehead of Christmas, but there’s an army of people who work throughout the year to make the most-loved festive traditions a reality.

Misleading lines

Misleading lines

Warsaw is renowned for its varied architecture, reflecting the city’s long and colourful history. It was the perfect location for German photographer Max Leitner to deliver stunning architectural photography – with a twist.

Top Tips for Capturing Beautiful Sunsets

Top Tips for Capturing Beautiful Sunsets

A sunrise or sunset provides magical lighting for dramatic moody photos. Get our tips on adjust exposure settings to suit the conditions, how to avoid lens flare and how to create dramatic moody photos.

Getting Started with Seascape Photography

Getting Started with Seascape Photography

From capturing fast-moving waves to the silky motion of water, the sea is a great subject to convey a sense of drama. Discover the different ways you can photograph the sea.

Expert Tip: My Go-To NIKKOR Lens

Expert Tip: My Go-To NIKKOR Lens

Learn why pro photographer Vincent Versace won’t leave home without the AF-S NIKKOR 28–300mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR. From wide-angle to telephoto, this versatile lens is the ultimate travel partner.

Understanding Blue Hour

Understanding Blue Hour

Blue hour is considered as one of the best moments to be out and about with your camera. Due to the depth of the sun below the horizon it means that the sky can be a richly saturated blue but colour palettes can range from hues of orange, blues, reds to golden yellow. Read on and find out how soft light can help bring out great detail in your photos.

Using Your Nikon Camera's Built-in Wi-Fi

Using Your Nikon Camera's Built-in Wi-Fi

Check out this step by step guide and let your picture sharing begin. No wires or attachments are necessary — all you need is your camera, our app and your smart device.

Tips from a Pro for taking the best children’s portraits

Tips from a Pro for taking the best children’s portraits

Learn how to capture the moods, moments and expressions that make for memorable images of children. Portrait photographer Tamara Lackey shares her secrets for getting vibrant, beautiful photos of children that capture the personality in front of the lens.

How to take better portraits

How to take better portraits

Take your portrait photography to the next level with expert advice from Gary Small. You’ll learn how to compose classical and modern portraits, how to choose the right background, and how to work with both available light and artificial lighting.

Bokeh for beginners

Bokeh for beginners

Discover the beautiful art of bokeh—the soft out-of-focus background-blur that you can achieve when using a fast lens at a wide aperture. Get expert advice on how to achieve bokeh, and use it to the best effect in your images.

5 Easy Photography Composition Guidelines

5 Easy Photography Composition Guidelines

Get pro advice on photography composition. Diane Berkenfeld helps you discover the Rule of Thirds. Become an expert in the art of horizon placement. Master leading lines. And find out how to compose great portraits, landscape shots, and close-ups.

How to photograph insects and other small creatures

How to photograph insects and other small creatures

Photographing insects and other small creatures can be a lot of fun. You need venture only as far as your backyard to find a whole new world in close-up or macro photography.

Cutting through the Chaos

Cutting through the Chaos

From its neon-drenched nightlife to the unique balance between tradition and modernity, via stunning urban scenery, Tokyo is a haven for travel photographers.

Alberto Ghizzi Panniza – Macro Photography Tips

Alberto Ghizzi Panniza – Macro Photography Tips

Alberto Ghizzi Panizza is one of the most innovative, talented and unique macro photographers in Europe. With a career spanning almost two decades, the Italian is a recognised master of the art of macro.

FOCUS STACKING FOR CLOSE-UP DEPTH AND DETAIL

FOCUS STACKING FOR CLOSE-UP DEPTH AND DETAIL

After returning from the Amazon, David Leaser was inspired to try the technique of focus stacking.

MACRO LENS GUIDE

MACRO LENS GUIDE

Macro photography is one of the most interesting types of photography. It lets you show detail that is otherwise not easily seen by the naked eye.

The Beauty of Rust

The Beauty of Rust

‘The Beauty of Rust’, captured by macro photographer, Alberto Ghizzi Panizza, reveals the beautiful contrast between the lush Swedish forest and rusting vehicles in “Bilkyrkogården Kyrkö Mosse” – a car “cemetery” near Ryd, Linköping, Sweden.

The Nutcracker in the dark

The Nutcracker in the dark

In an exclusive photo shoot, Nikon partners with Melissa Chapski and dance photographer, Laurent Liotardo, to showcase how the new Nikon D3400, a DX-format DSLR for photography beginners, makes it easy to shoot high-quality images and then share them instantly.

Moment of Impact

Moment of Impact

How can you capture the #MomentofImpact? Nikon partnered with two-division BAMMA world champion mixed martial artist Tom ‘Fire Kid’ Duquesnoy and sports photographer Tom Miles to capture split-second moments of impact and reveal scenes that what would otherwise be impossible to see with the naked eye.

Elevate The Everyday

Elevate The Everyday

The frustration of ‘vemödalen’, trying to capture something amazing when thousands of identical images already exist, is something that all photographers have faced.