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Adorama Debuts “Shooting for Everest with Renan Ozturk” Series
This Five-Episode Series from AdoramaTV Goes Behind the Scenes of Preparing for a Mt. Everest Film Expedition.
Your Shot by NatGeo is being Discontinued! Disney is Shutting Down the Website in Favor of Instagram
The beloved National Geographic Your Shot website and community is about to come to an end, moving it’s new content over to Instagram instead.
Fascinating Time-Lapse Shows the First 3 Weeks of a Bee’s Life in Effort to Save Colonies
For this month’s issue of National Geographic, photographer Anand Verma photographed and studied why these bee colonies are disappearing so rapidly.
Shooting Wildlife With the Tamron 150-600mm | Tips From a NatGeo Photographer
Jay P. Morgan of The Slanted Lens gives 11 tips to photographing wild animals without getting killed.
National Geographic Was Once Disgusted With Wildlife Photography
In 1888, a magazine for distinguished businessmen, explorers, scientists and scholars was founded: the National Geographic; this magazine wasn’t exactly what it is today though, all those stunning photographs were once criticized.
Book Review: Digital Photography School’s Natural Lighting
Digital Photography School’s new e-book called Natural Light: Mastering a Photographer’s Most Powerful Tool, written by freelance travel and documentary photographer Mitchell Kanashkevich, breaks down the lighting into something more tangible makes it easier to understand how to harness natural light as a creative tool. This book’s practical approach of understanding and harnessing natural light as a creative tool makes it a great read for new and seasoned photographers.