Tag: National Geographic

Living in boxes

Speaking for myself, I found the pictures of the Hong Kong subway unbearable already. As someone who just doesn’t feel comfortable when there’s not enough space and who’s even claustrophobic, a subway ride in Hong Kong during rush hour would probably mean hell on earth. The pictures I’ve recently seen in the National Geographic Magazine ...

The perfect picture

I’m pretty sure, all of us, who are really into photography and spend a lot of time with it, have this one photo, which required so much more work and patience than all the other ones. This one photo and the perfect vision of it stuck in your head for such a long time. Turning ...

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Lu Guang

I don’t know if you feel the same way but I realized that I often keep focusing on photography and on photographic inspirations in the western world only. I spend a lot of time in social networks and mainly browsing photo journals to find exceptional photographers, trends or news. Recently I’ve come to the conclusion ...

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Vietnam Travel Report 24-105mm f4

Hey guys, after my stay in Vietnam’s capital Hanoi I took the train to the north of the country. After a 10-hour train ride and after crossing a distance of 380 km, though I have to admit that Vietnamese trains aren’t the fastest, and another 2 hours on the bus I reached my next destination. ...

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Brent Stirton – things that matter!

His pictures are often disturbing and hard to look at, they put emphasis on topics that are often willingly overlooked or even ignored, but this is exactly why they are so important and fascinating. Brent Stirton – is definitely a Name to remember! The South African multiple World Press Photo Award winner and National Geographics ...

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Steve McCurry

Many colors, impressive portraits, photos showing real life, authentic images from war areas… These are the trademarks of Steve McCurry, the renowned and admired NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC photographer. Steve McCurry was born in Philadelphia in 1950 and graduated in 1974 in film studies and history at the Pennsylvania State University. Then he started to work at ...

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90 days in 90 seconds: the following video provides a small insight into the life of a NatGeo photographer

For me and some of my friends the breathtakingly beautiful pictures of National Geographic were always a big source of inspiration. I am not exaggerating if I say that the magazine with the yellow border induced me to pay much more attention to photography. Even now that I am living in Serbia and find reading ...

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Kanji Yamaguchi: the man who makes custom-made photo equipment for NatGeo photographers

Have you ever wondered how National Geographic photographers always manage to capture such unbelievable photos? As a so called “gearhead” I can tell you this, it is surely not due to photo equipment, but talent, many years of experience and a healthy portion of ambition. But even so, when you make a point of pushing ...