Posts Tagged ‘Photophapher’

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 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 Underwater Paradise in Papua New Guinea

A garden of delicate coral is sheltered from storms in the lee of a nearby peninsula. Kimbe’s reefs help sustain local fishermen, some of whom still rely on traditional outrigger canoes.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgF9RszL5Tg[/youtube] Underwater filmmaker and photographer Tom Campbell has time to snap just one photo of a whale shark, the world’s largest fish.

Comments Off on This Weekend’s Full Moon Will Be The Biggest and Brightest Of 2013

(This moon, seen from San Pedro de Atacama, Chile, was the largest of 2012. This year’s supermoon will occur on June 23, and appear 8 percent larger and 17 percent brighter) Andrew Fazekas for National Geographic News This weekend, skywatchers looking up at the full moon may sense it’s a bit more striking than usual—and […]