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SanDisk Instagram Photos and Videos

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In total SanDisk has 24631 followers and follows 200 on Instagram. Since joining Instagram SanDisk has posted around 872 photos and videos there in total.
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  • Shoutout to one of our ambassadors, @hiltonic_!

For this photo, he says “The SanDisk Extreme Pro USB 3.0 helps me store my favorite photo
    SanDisk Instagram Photos and Videos (@sandisk)
    Shoutout to one of our ambassadors, @hiltonic_! For this photo, he says “The SanDisk Extreme Pro USB 3.0 helps me store my favorite photos quickly when I'm photographing in the ocean, and while I'm illustrating on land.”
  • Cherish those summer moments by backing up all of your photos and videos with our Connect Wireless Stick!
Photo by @ldw_photography
    SanDisk Instagram Photos and Videos (@sandisk)
    Cherish those summer moments by backing up all of your photos and videos with our Connect Wireless Stick! Photo by @ldw_photography
  • Did you know that a tiger’s tail is about half as long as its body? They use the tail for balance when making fast turns and to communicat
    SanDisk Instagram Photos and Videos (@sandisk)
    Did you know that a tiger’s tail is about half as long as its body? They use the tail for balance when making fast turns and to communicate with other tigers.
  • Thanks to @daniel_johnson_bts for this photo. Tag #SanDisk for a chance to be featured.
    SanDisk Instagram Photos and Videos (@sandisk)
    Thanks to @daniel_johnson_bts for this photo. Tag #SanDisk for a chance to be featured.
  • Photo by @TimLaman. On our very first night out on the Cape Melville heli- expedition, Conrad Hoskin spotted the eye-shine of this unusual g
    SanDisk Instagram Photos and Videos (@sandisk)
    Photo by @TimLaman. On our very first night out on the Cape Melville heli- expedition, Conrad Hoskin spotted the eye-shine of this unusual gecko on a tree trunk. He captured it to get a better look, and it turned out to be a species of leaf-tailed gecko that was completely new to science! It was incredibly exciting photographing this animal, knowing I was the first person ever to do so!
  • Photo by @TimLaman. Another newly discovered species on the Cape Melville helicopter expedition was this small “boulder frog.” This frog
    SanDisk Instagram Photos and Videos (@sandisk)
    Photo by @TimLaman. Another newly discovered species on the Cape Melville helicopter expedition was this small “boulder frog.” This frog species seems to live deep in the crevasses among the giant boulders that make up these mountains. We found them coming up to the surface to feed at night. #TL_WildlifePhotoTips: For this shot, I used small strobes on either side for some nice even lighting, and a 100 mm macro lens to get nice and tight.
  • Photo by @TimLaman. Once scientist Conrad Hoskin and I jumped out with our gear and the helicopter left, we were on our own for a few days.
    SanDisk Instagram Photos and Videos (@sandisk)
    Photo by @TimLaman. Once scientist Conrad Hoskin and I jumped out with our gear and the helicopter left, we were on our own for a few days. After we found a place to camp, we started searching for critters. Conrad suspected that, due to their isolation, these mountains might harbor unique species.
  • Photo by @TimLaman. This week, I’ll share my story here on @SanDisk of a helicopter expedition into Australia’s remote Cape Melville Ran
    SanDisk Instagram Photos and Videos (@sandisk)
    Photo by @TimLaman. This week, I’ll share my story here on @SanDisk of a helicopter expedition into Australia’s remote Cape Melville Range photographing a scientist looking for new species of reptiles and amphibians. It’s the type of trip where you only get one chance to get the shot, and you have to trust your gear! Due to the fact that these mountains are basically a pile of giant boulders, like you see here dwarfing the helicopter, they are pretty un-climbable and no researchers had ever been on top. To get to the rain forest on top, we got dropped off by helicopter.
  • We planned our trip for the shoulder season (late Spring) to avoid the Summer crowds, and there definitely weren’t crowds on Isla Navarino
    SanDisk Instagram Photos and Videos (@sandisk)
    We planned our trip for the shoulder season (late Spring) to avoid the Summer crowds, and there definitely weren’t crowds on Isla Navarino, but there was way more snow than we expected. After waiting out a 30+ hour snow storm, we finally woke to a beautiful sunrise at 4:30am. My @SanDisk memory cards handled the cold like champs, but my entire camera locked up from the cold with the second shot I took. I immediately stuck it in my sleeping bag, using my body heat to warm it up for a few hours, and luckily it worked again. If you encounter this kind of problem, don’t be shy about getting up-close and personal with your camera in your sleeping bag so you can get that sunrise shot too. Photo by @austin.trigg
  • Puerto Natales and its pier. I have always been drawn to long exposures and producing them during the day requires some extra camera gear co
    SanDisk Instagram Photos and Videos (@sandisk)
    Puerto Natales and its pier. I have always been drawn to long exposures and producing them during the day requires some extra camera gear coupled with controlling ISO settings. Here I used a 10-stop neutral density filter, dropped my ISO to 64 to reduce the amount of light hitting the sensor, and used a remote shutter release cable to hold the lens open for more than 30 seconds. I’ve found manual mode with an f-stop around 16, bulb setting for shutter speed and a low ISO can give quite dramatic results for a unique image. Photo by @austin.trigg
  • Salto Grande majestically showing a rainbow in its morning mist, perfectly touched by the rising sun. With the fresh, clean Torres del Paine
    SanDisk Instagram Photos and Videos (@sandisk)
    Salto Grande majestically showing a rainbow in its morning mist, perfectly touched by the rising sun. With the fresh, clean Torres del Paine glacial water, you can literally submerge your head and drink freely, the brain freeze is worth it, as this is a rarity in our world today. While we didn't see much trash in the backcountry, on the more heavily traveled ‘W’ trek, this was unfortunately not the case. Following “Leave No Trace” rules when in the wilderness helps protect the land for future visitors. Next time, I challenge you to pick up some trash, even if it’s not yours. Have a positive impact and leave it better than when you found it so all can share what you love. Photo by @austin.trigg