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A baby goose got off the path to take a drink, and photographer Carol Freeman got down low with her Nikon D810 and AF-S NIKKOR 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR to make the most of the reflection. Learn how Carol looks close to home for great nature photos: http://bit.ly/2kQR0AH

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Deborah's goal for this picture was to create something more than the scene offered. "I wanted to convey the wind turbines in motion so people could get closer to experiencing what was happening. The turbines have three blades—a single shot would freeze their movement and lose the energy of their rhythmic rotation. A long exposure would blur the blades into oblivion; they wouldn't have any definition. So I thought, Okay, let's see what happens when I do a multiple-exposure sequence." Check out this Learn & Explore article on the multiple exposure technique with the Nikon D500: http://bit.ly/2lSRClX
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The concept: lots of mirrors, big ones, out in the desert, with dynamic performers reflected in them. See how #NikonAmbassador +Joe McNally created mirror magic art: http://bit.ly/2kbDQhq
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If you can’t make it to the #WPPI2017, you can watch the livestream from the #NikonWPPI booth!

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Are you at #WPPI2017? Stop by the Nikon Booth (#439) to hear from Nikon Ambassadors and pro photographers! 
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Did you know that 72% of Americans are interested in using a 360° camera? 360 cameras are on the rise! 
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Photographer Tom Bol shot this in the town of Wiseman with the Nikon D810, AF-S NIKKOR 14-24mm f/2.8G ED, at 5 seconds, f/2.8, ISO 1250, manual exposure mode. He says, "It was our last and best night of the workshop. At three in the morning the Aurora really got going with an impressive display that wouldn't quit." For tips and techniques for photographing the Northern Lights, check out this Learn & Explore article: http://bit.ly/2jj3yLp
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Show of hands, all those who could use more joy, sunshine and laughter in their lives right about now - this child has got a whole lot to spare.

Shot at my last portrait photographer's workshop in Chapel Hill, photographed with the +Nikon USA D5 and 70-200 2.8 lens.
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360˚ content allows the viewer to be in control of their viewing experience. What types of videos do you think would be enhanced by filming them with the KeyMission 360?
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