Posts Tagged ‘Natgeo’

Comments Off on How to Become a National Geographic Photographer

(Ed Scholes dan Tim Laman) Reader Question: How do I become a photographer for National Geographic? My Answer: Photography is really no different than any other pursuit in life if you plan to make a living at it. Unfortunately, there are very few full time salaried photography jobs. All the photographers who take pictures for National Geographic Traveler are freelance independent […]

Comments Off on Photo : The White Cliffs of Iturup

Photograph by Alexey Kharitonov This Month in Photo of the Day: National Geographic Photo Contest Images White rocks have stretched for miles alongside the shore of the Prostor Bay. They are formed of a very light and soft pumice as a result of the huge volcanic eruption. This pumice is being eroded by the storms […]

Comments Off on Kimbe Bay Coral Reefs

The Moment  David Doubilet Reef Madness The Pacific reef at Kimbe Bay seemed like paradise to photographer David Doubilet when he visited 17 years ago. But his recent return was more like a stop in photographic purgatory. Shooting was delayed by heavy rains and floods. Visibility was at times limited to ten feet. Several cameras […]

Comments Off on Photo of Tranquil Waters, Svalbard

(Photograph by Cotton Coulson) National Geographic – Even in the middle of the day, you can take compelling photos when the right photographic elements come together. Here, in Svalbard, Norway, the wind sometimes dies down and the fjords become like a mirror reflection of the sky. Normally I like to shoot during the early and […]

Comments Off on National Geographic Photo of the Day : Grasshopper and Moss

(Grasshopper and Moss. Photograph by Andrey Antov, Your Shot) This Month in Photo of the Day: Your Shots A green grasshopper rests aboard a red mushroom boat in a sea of moss. What Makes This a Photo of the Day? I like how this is simply what it is—color and texture playing off each other […]

Comet ISON Cliffhanger

Posted: 28th November 2013 by Achmad Fawzy in Science, Technology, Unique
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 (Comet ISON, imaged by longtime amateur astrophotograper Damian Peach in the U.K. He used a 4-inch f/5 telescope for 12 minutes of combined exposures on November 15th. Credit: Damian Peach / SkyandTelescope.com) Astronomers keeping a close eye on the highly-anticipated Comet ISON, are reporting that ‘something’ is happening to the icy visitor as it quickly […]

Comments Off on Annual Polar Bear Migration Under Way : How It Works and How Climate Change Could Be Impacting It

Melting sea ice means big changes for the world’s 20,000 polar bears. (A polar bear watches over two cubs in Hudson Bay, near the town of Churchill, Manitoba) Photograph by David Jenkins/Robert Harding/Corbis In the past month, hundreds of polar bears have strolled past a small town in Canada. It’s part of their annual migration […]