Digital SLR Photography - - Photo Story -

While I have a Nikon D4s, I’m a big fan of the D810 as my pic­tures can be so big – up­wards of 50sq ft. Our prin­ters in Los An­ge­les can tell if I’m us­ing the D4s or the D810 just by the level of de­tail and qual­ity at that size. The one draw­back is the mo­tor­drive but, by and large, I don’t need 12 frames- per- sec­ond. I also like to get as close to the sub­ject as pos­si­ble and work with a prime wide- an­gle lens, like the NIKKOR AF- S 35mm f/ 1.4G, to in­cor­po­rate a sense of place around the sub­ject mat­ter. www. nikon. co. uk

Wilde­beest late af­ter­noon in Am­boseli. A tremen­dous storm was build­ing and the sky looked bib­li­cally men­ac­ing. 2) Pho­tographed in Alaska, in some ways this is a ridicu­lously lucky pic­ture as the po­si­tion of the sec­ond po­lar bear is al­most per­fect. 3) Taken in 2013 in Nu­navut, Canada, as Si­mon Qa­man­rig builds our igloo.

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