Making Simply Beautiful Photographs | National Geographic

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National Geographic photographers describe the moments behind the shots, and editor Annie Griffiths explains the concept behind the new National Geographic book, Simply Beautiful Photographs. This video features stories by David Doubilet, Jodi Cobb, Michael Melford, Sisse Brimberg, and Jim Blair.

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    Mr. Michael Melford's sunrise with fog shoot was awesome… Really admirable… & ANNIE GRIFFITHS
    words really inspired me.. TANQ

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    I love Annie's voice.

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    Awesome, I want this book.

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    Amazing!! I would like to start a photography business…please follow me on instagram: https://instagram.com/smartscott

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    Simply Beautiful !

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    WASSUP! Leave A LIKE on this video!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    im in school…. this video is alrite… TURN  UPPPPP!

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    The Sea Lions from South Australia are awesome! Be great to be a photographer like this.

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    So because one god is imaginary, that means all gods are? "Science" wouldn't last a minute if that were true.

    Science Cannot prove everything. And the findings aren't even right all the time. Much of the time actually.

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    "BAm BAm BAm and the photo was in the can."

    If only it were always that easy.

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    well i dont know which areas do you mean, certainly areas that are not following islam correctly, because as i told u, true islam doesnt allow that, you see i live in Saudi Arabia, the most islamic country you could find! and no such thing happens here 🙂

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    Do some research right NOW, I don't know/care which culture/religion exactly does it these days but it STILL goes on 100% in many areas.

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    totally with you dont get me wrong but just so you know killing female newborns was an arab habit before islam.. when islam came it put a line to that so its currently haram to kill any innocent person is islam 🙂

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    BEST PHOTOGRAPHY EVER: maggiehs-photos.blogspot.com/

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    Its to bad National Geographic will probably never hire another staff photographer. I think the last one they hired was back in like '93, not sure though.It would be an awsome job.

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    National Geographic Education brings geography, social studies and science to life. Along with brilliant photography they never failed to amaze us. They've given access to those who cannot travel the world.

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    Thank you Annie! You are absolutely right in emphasizing the elements of light, time, color and wonder in creating beautiful photographs.

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    Just order this book!

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    @LambdaQuarks
    No worries, I'm often the same.
    It's embarrassing some of the things I've typed then looked at previous comments and thought … actually, I'm being a dick!
    I totally agree with your other beliefs too although I don't like to think too much past the death question because I allways end up with an incredibly bleek nihilism … which for someone with a record of cronic depression is not much fun! =P
    It helps to remember how simple my brain is compared with these questions.

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    @LambdaQuarks
    No worries, I'm often the same.
    It's embarrassing some of the things I've typed then looked at previous comments and thought … actually, I'm being a dick!
    I totally agree with your other beliefs too although I don't like to think too much past the death question because I allways end up with an incredibly bleek nihilism … which for someone with a record of cronic depression is not much fun! =P

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