The winners of this year’s National Geographic Magazine Photo Competition has been announced and the photos, as always, are stunning. This year $10 000 was awarded to Brian Yen for winning the Grand Prize and a trip to the National Geographic headquarters where he will participate in its annual photography seminar. The categories are People, […]
A video showing a monkey apparently attempting to revive his companion has gone viral after being posted on YouTube this weekend, but is that really what the monkey is doing? The short answer, according to National Geographic : It's not clear. The rhesus macaques in the video are shown at a...
Today’s National Geographic Your Shot editor’s pick is this stunning image of what seems to be a man/alien hovering over the ground in a forest. In reality, it is a surreal photo of a diver in a cenote, in the Yucatán, Mexico. The lighting is so perfect and the water so clear that you can’t really tell what’s going on. More »
Climber Miriam Underhill detailed her climb up the Grepon in a 1934 National Geographic article. On July 26 th 2014, Maya Sherpa, Dawa Yangzum Sherpa, and Pasang Lhamu Sherpa became the first all-female team to summit K2, widely regarded as one of the world’s most dangerous peaks. Show More Summary
This photo (by Henrik Nilsson, taken in Boundary Bay, BC, Canada) is one of the award-winning entries in the nature category of National Geographic's 2014 photo contest.
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Winners of the National Geographic's 2014 Photo Contest have been announced, with first place winners in three categories bringing in cash prizes. The overall Grand Prize winning photo (above) has earned a total of $10,000 and a trip to National Geographic headquarters. Take a look at some of the winning images. See gallery
This week, Atlantic Media is hiring a video producer for The Atlantic, while National Geographic Society needs a vice president of marketing. The Washington Examiner is seeking policy and politics reporters, and McMurry/TMG is on the hunt for a business technology editor. Show More Summary
DIRECTV is bringing live streaming to its subscribers who also use the FOX Now, FXNOW, and Nat Geo TV apps on mobile and Apple TV. Additionally, the satellite provider says that feeds of FX, FXX, FS1, FS2, National Geographic Channel, and Nat Geo Wild can be streamed away from home through the DIRECTV Everywhere platform. Show More Summary
National Geographic has announced the winners of its annual photo contest, and once again, the photos are slightly better than your Instagrams of half-full coffee mugs and wispy clouds. Winners were selected for three categories: Nature, People and Places. Show More Summary
Earlier this year, National Geographic made headlines with its “Changing Face of America” article. The story explained that America was becoming more comfortable with interracial relationships, and as a result, the future would be made up of a group of people with features from multiple races. A new study has challenged this hypothesis and suggested [...]
Earlier this year, National Geographic made headlines with its “Changing Face of America” article. The story explained that America was becoming more comfortable with interracial relationships, and as a result, the future would be made up of a group of people with features from multiple...
Image: Christian Miller, Cairns, Great Barrier Reef, Australia | Honorable Mention, Nature categoryNational Geographic judges have selected the winning entries in their 2014 Photography Contest. The winning entries were chosen from a total of 9,200 total entries. Show More Summary
National Geographic has announced the winners of its 2014 Photo Contest, and they are truly amazing. More »
Wedged between Cyprus and Turkey — Go America! Source: National Geographic
After giving you a look at some of this year’s entires, National Geographic has announced the winners of their 2014 Photo Contest. With professional photographers and amateur photo enthusiasts across the globe participating, photographs… The post National Geographic 2014 Photo Contest Winners appeared first on Highsnobiety.
This year's National Geographic photo contest winner highlights humans in the wild (read: public transportation) doing what they do best: staring at their cellphones The winning image, titled "A Node Glows in the Dark," was taken byShow More Summary
Extreme Ice Survey, the team featured in the Emmy award-winning film Chasing Ice, is aboard our ship, the National Geographic Explorer, in Antarctica. They're installing time-lapse cameras that will shoot photos every hour of every day,...Show More Summary
In addition to being longtime contributing photographers for Traveler magazine, my wife Sisse and I are frequently invited to join National Geographic Expeditions trips as photography experts. On a recent trip to the Macaronesia Islands, we had 25 passengers sign up for a photo workshop with us. Show More Summary
After poring over 9,200 entries, a panel of judges at National Geographic has chosen the cream of the crop. Here are 15 astounding photographs deemed to be the year's best. Read more...