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National Geographic Photo Contest 2014 winners announced

National Geographic Photo Contest 2014 winners revealed

The National Geographic Photo Contest 2014 is now over, as the Society has revealed the winners of its annual competition. The overall laureate is photographer Brian Yen, courtesy of an impressive shot named “A Node Glows in the Dark”, while Triston Yeo and Nicole Cambré are the other two major winners.

Travel Photo Contest

National Geographic reveals 2013 Traveler Photo Contest winner

National Geographic’s 2013 Traveler Photo Contest has finally met its winner. The image competition has been won by Wagner Araujo with a shot captured at the Brazilian Aquathlon. Moreover, the second and third placed winners have also been announced and it is worth saying that they could have easily won the contest.

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The rise and rise of Instagram photojournalism

Photojournalists have been using Instagram ever since its launch in 2010, connecting more easily to fans and viewers worldwide. Even though it has been often criticized for “ruining” print photography, Instagram has sometimes contributed to publishing in papers or books.

Joe McNally captures foot shop on top of world's tallest building

Nat Geo photographer Instagrams foot shot from Burj Khalifa rooftop

National Geographic photographer, Joe McNally, uploaded a foot shot on Instagram. Usually, this is neither a big deal, nor very artistic. However, this time it is different as the foot shot has been captured on the rooftop of the world’s tallest building, called Burj Khalifa. The building sits on top of the Dubai skyline, measuring 829.8 meters.

The Complete Collection of National Geographic magazines is one sale

Complete National Geographic collection available for only $24.95

National Geographic is one of the oldest magazines in the world. The Nat Geo Society has evolved throughout the years and has become one of the most popular magazines in the world. The organization has decided to offer the Complete Collection of National Geographic magazines for a special price of less than $25.

National Geographic's 125th anniversary reminding people of the most iconic cover images

National Geographic’s 125th anniversary celebrated with a special website

National Geographic’s 125th anniversary is celebrated with a new website, which is destined to remind people of the Society’s long, but great history. Memorable moments, photo galleries, most iconic cover images, and historic firsts are all presented on the special area of the organization’s society.


Original National Geographic Photo Contest 2012 winner in Places category disqualified

A photographer was disqualified after winning the National Geographic Photo Contest 2012 in the “Places” category. Harry Fisch won the esteemed award, but he was eventually disqualified for removing an object from the original image, as according to the Nat Geo organization, this is against the rules.


Stunning Tigress wins National Geographic Photo Contest 2012

The winners of the annual National Geographic Photo Contest have been announced. This year, National Geographic experts picked a surprising, yet duly-deserved, photo as the Grand Prize Winner and the photographer, named Ashley Vincent, received $10,000 for his masterpiece.


Alaskan Adventure – what other gear to pack for trip in the wild

Daniel Hurtubise is doing a series on his upcoming trip to the Alaskan Wild.  Hopefully this will help you learn what you need to prepare for a huge expedition.  Last week he will be discussed his camera gear.  This week he will cover what other equipment he will be bringing. Since I’ve covered the hardcore…


How to plan for a shooting exposition in the wild

I am excited to have Daniel Hurtubise as a guest blogger every few Saturdays this summer leading up to his shooting exposition in the wild.  He will talk about his preparation for this trip with a world renown National Geographic Photographer.  And then he will share photos of the trip and about his experiences.  He…


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