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Food Photography Tips: Going Pro

Food Photography Tips: Going Pro

Avid photographers would know that the perfect picture is an elusive one. Any number of issues, ranging from technical limitations or ambient factors could affect the quality of your photographs. It is the know-how and best practices to work around such kinks that separates the professional from the trigger-happy, budding photographer.

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Food for Thought

Food for Thought

Everybody is doing it, but not everyone knows how to do it like she does. Capturing your meals before digging in is a treat for the eyes as well as the stomach. Aisha Yusaf shares the secrets to making bellies rumble and mouths drool.

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Living Shadows

Living Shadows

Heavily atmospheric, with light and fog at the center of it all, Mikko Lagerstedt creates a narrative that gives off a sense of mystery.

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The Power of Natural Light

The Power of Natural Light

How do beams of light, dusty shadows and lingering smoke reveal the story of individuals? Vichaya Pop spares no expenses in seeking out the rural parts of Bangkok – one of the rare places still alive with energy of an older time. Whether you believe in a higher power or an inner power, there is certainly a touch of magic in the worlds he encounters.

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A Young Man and the Sea

A Young Man and the Sea

As engineers continue to innovate in the digital space - providing even bigger sensors in smaller cameras and rugged, watertight bodies - some still prefer the authenticity achieved by real film stock. Enter Jesse Boyd Reid.

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In depth with the new D4S

In depth with the new D4S

With the new D4S hitting shelves, it was only fitting to put it to the test with one of Asia’s finest photographers, Scott A. Woodward. We asked him to do just that: using the D4S for the very first time, he packed his bags for Bhutan.

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 “Taking Aim” – the story behind a narrative film shot on the new D4S

“Taking Aim” – the story behind a narrative film shot on the new D4S

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.

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5 Tips for Better Travel Photography

5 Tips for Better Travel Photography

I once read that a camera is a great excuse to delve into a place deeper than we otherwise would. I like this description. Searching for an interesting photograph forces us to look at our surroundings differently, to explore a place further, to look beyond the obvious and hunt for something unique and special.

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A Journey to Perfection

A Journey to Perfection

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.

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Ode to Nature

Ode to Nature

Kim Pimmel's work embodies endless experimentation, fueled by a fascination for the organic flow of patterns, textures and nature’s prophecies. A subject matter reserved for the ever curious, Kim's Compressed series is a concoction of the “mundane” with the strange.

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