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Photo Courses Quick Tip: Dust and Water
National Geographic Masters of Photography course includes 24 fantastic lessons from top photographers. In this excerpt photographer Annie Griffiths explains how dust and water can be used to make interesting photographs.
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Photo Tips from Masters of Photography Course::
Annie Griffiths explains how dust and water can be used to take interesting shots
Photo Courses Quick Tip: Use Strange Things:
Ira Block explains how you can use strange things to create interesting photographs
Polar Course Quick Tip: Stop the Action:
Ralph Lee Hopkins explains how stopping the action can make for a powerful image
2014 Student Expeditions:
See a glimpse of life on a National Geographic Student Expedition.
Discover the beauty of the Galápagos
Vine Jumping :
Land divers show what it is like to vine jump to guests aboard the NG Orion.
Photo Courses Quick Tip: Relate to an Image:
Cory Richards explains how to look for relatable human elements.
Photo Tips from the Field:
Shooting from a Zodiac
PHOTO TIPS FROM ONLINE COURSES::
Discover how to use an external flash to create softer light
South Georgia Video:
Watch a colony of penguins in a time lapse video during an expedition to South Georgia.
Small Ship Voyages:
2014 Expeditions moments aboard the National Geographic fleet
Seal Pup Encounter in South Georgia:
A seal pup gets up close and personal with guests
Photo Tips from Masters of Photography Course:
Cory Richards shows how anticipating the moment can make powerful shots
Yellowstone and Grand Teton Family Adventure:
Explore two iconic national parks on a fun-filled adventure designed for all ages.
Jodi Cobb talks about using shadows instead of people to create different shots.
Polar Course Quick Tip: Dealing with Contrast:
Ralph Lee Hopkins shows how to deal with contrast in the polar regions
Ed Kashi demonstrates how to use layering in images to make a compelling shot
A mother sea lion gives birth:
Check out the baby sea lion's first moments
See amazing views of polar bears in the wild.
England Coast to Coast:
Crossing England on foot with National Geographic Adventures
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