Posts Tagged ‘Photography’

Comments Off on Frosted Tamarack Swamp

I had scouted out a few places for an early morning shoot in the tamarack swamps of Wisconsin. I searched and searched until I found this scene. With the sun barely breaking through the fog rising from the melting frost, the light lit up the tamarack in front of this ditch. The ditch faded into […]

Comments Off on National Geographic Akui Kualitas Foto Nokia Lumia 1020

Nokia Lumia 1020 yang mengandalkan kamera 41MP mendapatkan pengakuan dari National Geographic. Kamera pada Lumia 1020 digunakan oleh salah satu kontributor National Geographic untuk hunting foto dalam sebuah tur yang dilakukan di bagian barat daya Amerika Serikat. Kontributor bernama Stephen Alvares tersebut menggunakan Lumia 1020 sebagai kamera utamanya. Alvares mengaku bisa mendapatkan foto dengan kualitas […]

Comments Off on Polar Bear Mating : A Chance of a Lifetime

(A large male polar bear attempts to mate with a female in Svalbard, Norway. (Photo courtesy of Paul Nicklen)) For 15 years I had been hoping to witness this moment. As a wildlife biologist and photographer for National Geographic, I have spent countless hours observing polar bears hunting, catching seals, nursing cubs, and sparring with […]

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 […]

Comments Off on National Geographic Travel 365 : Best of October 2013

Banff National Park, Canada Photograph by Jonathan Irish, National Geographic. Morning mist rolls in over Moraine Lake, one of several glacial lakes in Alberta’s Banff National Park. There are more than a thousand glaciers in the park, plus the highest town in Canada (Banff), the largest cave system in the country (Castleguard Caves), and several […]