Proof: The Photographers on Photography

In celebration of National Geographic’s 125th year anniversary, they turned the lens on their photographers and heard what they had to say. Check it out!

Without a shadow of a doubt, National Geographic photographers are among the best in the world. They constantly push the envelope and break down photographic boundaries in order to get THE shot. In this video made for their 125th anniversary, National Geographic’s resident photographers share their insights on what makes photography powerful, on what makes images have an effect on people. The give their tips and worldviews in this short video that is truly inspiring. A must watch!

written by cruzron on 2013-10-17 #videos #photographer #proof #video #national-geographic #lifestyle

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