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National Geographic: The Photographers

For generations, National Geographic magazine has revealed the beauty, variety, and mystery of our planet. And for most of that time, the stories have been told with compelling images as well as words. But who are the people behind the camera and what would it be like on assignment for National Geographic? Now this dvd takes you around the world to meet with some of the world's best photographers as they reflect on their jobs and on their art. You'll hear the secrets of these remarkable men and women - how they get those breathtaking shots, the dangers they face, and the lives they lead for the love of their craft. So see the world, as you never have before, through the eyes of "The Photographers".

Year: 1995
Genre: Documentaries, Art On Film, General Docos
Country: USA
Duration: 60 Minutes
Rating: Ex
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