1. IMPACT-Promotional Video


    from Karen Kasmauski Added 7 0 0

    Summarizes the "Impact: From the Front Lines of Global Health" book published by National Geographic.

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    • Octopus


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      • STEVE MCCURRY Reflections


        from Laura Rathe Fine Art Added 618 17 1

        Steve McCurry, recognized universally as one of today’s finest image-makers, has won many of photography’s top awards. Best known for his evocative color photography, McCurry, in the finest documentary tradition, captures the essence of human struggle and joy. Member of Magnum Photos since 1986, McCurry has searched and found the unforgettable; many of his images have become modern icons. Born in Philadelphia, McCurry graduated cum laude from the College of Arts and Architecture at the Pennsylvania State University. After working at a newspaper for two years, he left for India to freelance. It was in India that McCurry learned to watch and wait on life. “If you wait,” he realized, “people will forget your camera and the soul will drift up into view.” His coverage won the Robert Capa Gold Medal for Best Photographic Reporting from Abroad, an award dedicated to photographers exhibiting exceptional courage and enterprise. He is the recipient of numerous awards, including Magazine Photographer of the Year, awarded by the National Press Photographers’ Association. This was the same year in which he won an unprecedented four first prizes in the World Press Photo Contest. He is also a two-time recipient of the Olivier Rebbot Memorial Award. McCurry’s work has been featured in every major magazine in the world and frequently appears in National Geographic magazine with recent articles on Tibet, Afghanistan, Iraq, Yemen, and the temples of Angkor Wat, Cambodia. McCurry is driven by an innate curiosity and sense of wonder about the world and everyone in it. He has an uncanny ability to cross boundaries of language and culture to capture stories of human experience. “Most of my images are grounded in people. I look for the unguarded moment, the essential soul peeking out, experience etched on a person’s face. I try to convey what it is like to be that person, a person caught in a broader landscape, that you could call the human condition.” Video courtesy of Phaidon

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        • A Better Fish Trap


          from Ayana Elizabeth Added

          Bycatch. That’s the fish that fishers didn’t mean to catch but did – baby fish, species people don’t like to eat, fish no one will buy. High levels of bycatch make fishing unsustainable, not to mention it’s a huge waste. So what can be done about it? Well, that depends on the type of fishing gear being used. For fish traps (often called fish pots), I have a solution: put a hole in the corner. No, I’m not being glib. Putting vertical, rectangular holes, aka escape gaps, in opposing corners of fish traps can reduce bycatch by up to 80%, without reducing (and potentially even increasing) the value of the catch. How, you ask? Escape gaps allow the narrow-bodied and juvenile fish (including lots of herbivores) to escape, while retaining the larger, meatier fish that fishers want to catch. [For more on where and how this has been researched and implemented: bit.ly/ngblog8.]

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          • Firar Hikayeleri


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            Firar Hikayeleri yepyeni sezonuyla Nat Geo'da! http://www.natgeotv.com/tr/firar-hikayeleri

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            • Nat Geo Channel


              from Megan Ternus Added 289 4 0

              For my Concepts of Motion Media Design class, we had to create a bumper for a network, and I chose National Geographic. I wanted to rethink the way we view the identity of the television channel versus the publication plus, versus NatGeo Wild. That being said, I wanted to stay away from themes of wild animals, global landscapes, and ethnic peoples. I wanted to portray a more real, actual presence by reflecting the programming of NatGeo—shows that are about adventure, the extreme, the curious, and the downright odd.

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              • my thailand story


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                My Thailand Story - Photo Competition trip to Thailand Nov 2012 Sponsored by The Tourism Authority of Thailand & National Geographic Photography and Video by Bernardo Medina ______ Canon 5D Mark 2 EF-16-35mm EF-15mm EF 24-105mm EF 70-200mm Go Pro 3 Black edition _______ Location - Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket

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                • Demo Reel, Spring 2013


                  from Michael Potter Added 129 1 2

                  The footage ranges from working with National Geographic, to an interview with a WWII bomber pilot veteran, to timelapses in Vegas, Asheville, and Savannah. I was the cinematographer for all the clips, and was also the director for much of it too. I am primarily working on documentaries(mostly environmental), but anywhere I travel to I will be sure to try and capture the beauty with a timelapse.

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                  • İşte Biz Buyuz!


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                    • Out of Eden Walk | The Ocean Door


                      from National Geographic Magazine Added 6,303 11 0

                      After 43 days of walking, covering 400 miles from Herto Bouri, Ethiopia across the Great Rift Valley, Paul Salopek reaches the Red Sea near Djibouti. Take a brief look back at the first leg of Paul's journey as he prepares to say "goodbye to Africa." Videography by Paul Salopek with contribution from Stefan Forbes. Produced by Adam Jabari Jefferson. Out of Eden Walk. http://outofedenwalk.nationalgeographic.com Copyright 2013, National Geographic Society. All rights reserved.

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