I Am Your Eyes. I bring what you see to life. I am the bridge between your creative vision and reality.

Every photographer has a story to tell. Enter a world shaped by the creative vision and expression of renowned Nikon photographers. Be inspired by their passion and adventures and let Nikkor connect you with the culture of photography.

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I Am Your Eyes. I bring what you see to life. I am the bridge between your creative vision and reality.

more at My Nikkor

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7 Ways You Can Achieve Better Poses (For Models and Photographers)

You’re a model or photographer, you’re in the middle of the shoot, and you’re stuck. You’re thinking: How can I get a better pose? How can I make this picture shine?

1. It’s All About the Hands (or Lack of).
2. Use a Prop or Object
3. Don’t “Try To Model”
4. Use a Mood Board
5. Study Other Poses
6. Create a Scene
7. Don’t Worry

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Morey Spellman is a Los Angeles based photographer. His work combines a love for beautiful light, authentic beauty, and natural scenery.
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7 Ways You Can Achieve Better Poses (For Models and Photographers)
by Morey Spellman
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Heroes and Villains of Cosplay

Cosplayers: Julia Harlow, Ali Williams, Emperiam, Natasha Nova, Kan Stelar, Adrestia Cosplay, Kimberley Lye, Holly Wolf, Jinglebooboo
Characters: Juri Han, Nuka Girl, Tifa, Wonder Woman, Undyne, Blood Elf, X-23, Zero Suit Samus, Black Cat
Photographers: @burlesquephotographer, Coldbluesky Photography, MAD Creativity Photography, Shannon Fontaine, @tw1tch3n, WithU Photography

Emperiam by Sahand Vafaee
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Natasha Nova by MAD Creativity Photography
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Kan Stelar by Shannon Fontaine
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Julia Harlow by @burlesquephotographer
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Jinglebooboo by Coldbluesky Photography
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Heroes and Villains of Cosplay
Issue 3
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Masters of Photography 2017

This October we will be exhibiting a survey of 30 masterpieces by leading photographers of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.
The exhibition will contain rare and collectable prints by some of the world’s most influential photographers. Each photograph has been chosen for its significant role in the history of the medium. With a strong emphasis on the rarity and quality of the print, the exhibition consists of important images by artists from Gustave le Gray to Richard Learoyd.

Walk to Paradise Garden, 1946
William Eugene Smith (1918-1978)
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Pont Neuf, Circa 1934
Brassai (Gyula Halasz) (1899-1984)
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Estelle Lefebure, Karen Alexander, Rachel Williams, Linda Evangelista, Tatjana Patitz, Christy Turlington, Vogue U.S.A., Santa Monica, California, 1988
Peter Lindbergh (Born 1944)
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Rue Mouffetard, Paris, 1954
Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004)
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Brigitte Bardot, 1959
Richard Avedon (1923-2004)
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Masters of Photography 2017
25th October – 16th November

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