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    • 'At the Heart of the Image:' Winners of the 2017 Nikon Russia Photo Contest
    • 'At the Heart of the Image:' Winners of the 2017 Nikon Russia Photo Contest
    • 'At the Heart of the Image:' Winners of the 2017 Nikon Russia Photo Contest
    • 'At the Heart of the Image:' Winners of the 2017 Nikon Russia Photo Contest
    • 'At the Heart of the Image:' Winners of the 2017 Nikon Russia Photo Contest
    • 'At the Heart of the Image:' Winners of the 2017 Nikon Russia Photo Contest
    • 'At the Heart of the Image:' Winners of the 2017 Nikon Russia Photo Contest
    • 'At the Heart of the Image:' Winners of the 2017 Nikon Russia Photo Contest
    • 'At the Heart of the Image:' Winners of the 2017 Nikon Russia Photo Contest
    • 'At the Heart of the Image:' Winners of the 2017 Nikon Russia Photo Contest
    • 'At the Heart of the Image:' Winners of the 2017 Nikon Russia Photo Contest
    • 'At the Heart of the Image:' Winners of the 2017 Nikon Russia Photo Contest
    • 'At the Heart of the Image:' Winners of the 2017 Nikon Russia Photo Contest
    "Time for training" by Russian photographer Denis Klero, the first place winner in the "Advertising – Professionals" category.

    The jury of the fifth photography competition held by Nikon Russia announced the names of the winners. Rossiya Segodnya photojournalists are among them: Iliya Pitalev, Grigoriy Sisoev and Alexey Malgavko were recognized as the best in the Sports, Genre and Series categories, respectively.

    "I | At the heart of the image" is an annual photo contest, honoring the best images snapped with Nikon cameras. About 5,500 photographers from all over Russia took part in this year's competition.

    The competition included 15 categories for both professional and non-professional participants: People, Motion, Animals, Travels, Advertisements, Landscapes, Animals in Action, Underwater, Portraits, Children, Wedding, Genres, Sports, Series and Video.

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