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Posted 08/05/19
Returning for its fifth consecutive year, OPTIC 2019 was the best OPTIC yet! With our planet's environment changing at a rapid rate, the discussion was more poignant than ever. The four-day imaging event explored the inspiration, techniques, and equipment essential to capturing the great outdoors-with an emphasis on conservation. Elia Locardi is an internationally acclaimed professional travel photographer, writer, experienced public speaker, and highly skilled educator who spends his life shooting some of the most beautiful locations in the world. Featured by Professional Photographer Magazine, CNet, Wacom, SmugMug Films, Adobe, FUJIFILM, and Fstoppers, Locardi has visited more than 65 countries, flown nearly 2 million miles, and collaborated with major companies, brands, countries, NGOs, and tourism agencies on nearly every continent since becoming a full-time photographer in 2009.
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Posted 06/15/17
In celebration of the 2016 National Nark Centennial, National Geographic photographer Jonathan Irish went on assignment for Fujifilm and National Geographic Traveler to explore, discover, and photograph all 59 of the U.S. National Parks in one year. With more than 45,000 miles driven, an emergency bush-plane landing in Alaska, two flat tires, and countless other crazy experiences, it was a rewarding and difficult assignment. Yet, it was also filled with some of the most beautiful scenery, incredible hiking, and amazing camping spots under the stars. This is a fun and inspiring talk about dreaming big, successfully pitching a year-long story, and going on an epic adventure discovering our nation's greatest treasures: our National Parks.
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Posted 06/08/17
N ational Geographic photographer Alison Wright specializes in documenting traditional cultures around the world through her portraits of people. She was named National Geographic Traveler of the Year, in 2013, and her photographs illustrate the passion and purpose she brings to her mission. In this video, Wright shares some of her travel stories, in addition to her insights about how she approaches people from all walks of life and makes them feel comfortable in front of the camera. Wright also explains how to use composition, gesture, emotion, and lighting to capture a meaningful photograph. Learn how your camera can become a window into the lives of others and how to create a universal human connection through an image.
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