InterviewPhotography Today at National GeographicA senior photo editor reveals what it takes to land an assignment for the iconic magazine—passion, dedication, research, a sense of history, an eye for poetry, and more.Read More
Photography Today at National Geographic
A senior photo editor reveals what it takes to land an assignment for the iconic magazine—passion, dedication, research, a sense of history, an eye for poetry, and more.
From the End of the Analog Era to the Enduring Wilderness
After photographing the implosion of film-photography institutions across the world, Robert Burley turned his lens to a new subject and a new question of impermanence: the disappearing wild spaces...
One of Latin America’s most respected photographers speaks with LensCulture about his personal history and its effect on his work—as well as making images that “come alive inside the viewer’s being.”
Keep Working, No Matter What: Learning about Life Through Visual Storytelling
For this photographer, 15 years of doggedly pursuing personal projects resulted in one of photography’s most esteemed awards. Discover the tenacity it takes to produce meaningful work.
Behind the Scenes with Sarah Leen, National Geographic’s Director of Photography
What goes into pitching, researching and publishing a story at one of the world’s most venerable magazines? Sarah Leen takes us behind the scenes in this generous interview.
Stuart Franklin on Impulses (Documentary and Otherwise)
Legendary Magnum photographer talks about instilling freshness into photography, the terrible importance of ambiguity and how to navigate the contemporary media landscape.
Time, Patience, Repetition: The Ingredients of Special Street Photography
Catching up with acclaimed street photographer Matt Stuart: on his Magnum nomination, his recent travels abroad, and the quote by Cartier-Bresson that keeps him going.