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A photojournalist finds new purpose

It was the longest David Guttenfelder had been away from North Korea in four years. Last June, the Iowa native and former chief Asia photographer for The Associated Press joined National Geographic and returned to the US to start the second act of his career. Across two decades at the AP, Guttenfelder lived in Tokyo, New Delhi, Nairobi, and the...

Your Shot Photo of the Month: Freeze Frame

Want National Geographic to highlight your photograph? Join our Your Shot community and participate in upcoming hashtag challenges for a chance to appear in “Traveler” magazine and Intelligent Travel.

Travels on the Run: Marseille

For National Geographic Books Senior Editor Barbara A. Noe, going on a run is the best way to get oriented in a new city, and a great way to take in the sights. So lace up your sneaks and read on to get Barbara’s tips on where to run in some of the world’s greatest places—and what to see along the way.

National Geographic World Atlas iOS App

Take a look behind the scenes of the full redesign of National Geographic World Atlas IOS App. The design process included examining and updating the features in the existing app, with a focus on elegant typography and usability. Check...Show More Summary

Relive Napster's Glory Days in New Doc on 2000s

Napster, the file-sharing program that drew the ire of Metallica and forever changed the entire landscape of the music industry, will be among the subjects featured in National Geographic's The 2000s: A New Reality. The two-part, four-hour special will focus in on many of the previous' decades biggest moments and innovations,...

Shot Using Lumia 930 In 4K: Nat Geo Photographer Stephen Alvarez’s Volcanic Voyage To The Mexican Ring Of Fire

Microsoft today posted a video of National Geographic photographer Stephen Alvarez’s latest trip to Mexico. The entire video was shot in 4K using Lumia 930 device. He uses his Microsoft Lumia 640 XL to capture a landscape and culture shaped by explosive geological forces on a journey through Mexico’s Ring of Fire to Paricutin volcano […]

Scott Eastwood Talks Davidoff Cool Water + #LoveTheOcean Campaign

The new face of Davidoff Cool Water, actor Scott Eastwood helps spread the word about the brand’s joint initiative with the National Geographic Society, #LoveTheOcean. The companies are raising awareness about the importance of protecting the ocean and supporting its Pristine Seas mission. Show More Summary

This Amazing Wildlife Footage Will Take Your Breath Away

This National Geographic footage exposes some of the most unique wildlife our planet Earth is home to. Don't miss this look into the animal kingdom and all the beauty and magnificence mother nature has to offer.

Just Back: Santiago, Chile

National Geographic Traveler associate editor Susan O'Keefe always thought of Santiago, Chile, as a prelude to skiing in the Andes or hiking through Patagonia, but on a recent trip she was taken in by the city's grand colonial architecture, wide boulevards, and charming neighborhoods. Here are some of the high points of Susan's trip, in her own words.

Where Colour Photography Began

Words escape me…! These images, in colour and black and white, were taken by National Geographic Society photographers in the early 20th century, curated by Retronaut and showcased by Mashable,are something to behold. Enjoy, but don’t follow the links unless you have lots of time to spare! That’s if you enjoy photographs, as I … Continue reading Where Colour Photography Began ?

Tuesday Morning Splash

What’s Happening — Conference with Sir Tim Clark at the National Press Club, 8:30 a.m. — New Voices: The Fulbright-National Geographic Digital Storytelling Fellowship at National Geographic, 1:30 p.m. Must-Read of the Day Politico Magazine‘s...Show More Summary

National Geographic: Yeah, Climate Change Part Of Reason For NC Shark Attacks

Most experts on shark behavior are saying that it is hard to pinpoint the cause of the shark attacks here in North Carolina over the past few weeks. National Geographic

National Geographic Shadow Camel Illusion

Wow! While watching the TV show Brain Games last night, and they showed a pretty awesome photograph that I just had to share with you guys! Check out this National Geographic camel illusion! It’s pretty obvious that this is a photograph...Show More Summary

National Geographic Rebranding by Justin Marimon

Rebranding for fun might be a prohibited thing for some, but what the hell? If people can't practice, develop their skills, then what's the point of even trying? Justin Marimon, a designer from Chicago, made everyone a favor and made his own rebranding for National Geographic. We need more projects like this. Show More Summary

JPMorgan ChaseVoice: A Conversation With National Geographic Editor Susan Goldberg

Today, we continue our ongoing series in which we sit down with influential leaders on key issues. Last quarter, we spoke to Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Now, we talk with the first female editor of National Geographic Magazine, Susan Goldberg, to talk about their unique style of journalism, their focus on [...]

Global Travel Conspiracy, Episode 1 – Chester Arthur’s Pants and a Blue Clarinet

My new podcast, The Global Travel Conspiracy, is now live! My first guest is Robert Reid, National Geographic’s Digital Nomad and the former US editor at Lonely Planet. We talk about a whole range of things including his project to take clarinet lessons on the island of St. Lucia. The podcast is a project with […]

'Wicked Tuna: Outer Banks', 'Port Protection' & 'Yukon River Run' to Premiere in July on National Geographic Channel

While the heat index rises in most of the country and the dog days of summer set in, National Geographic Channel (NGC) launches three series this July that will have viewers chilling out i

Last Call: Enter Nat Geo’s Travel Photo Contest

Ever dreamed of being a Nat Geo photographer? Well, here’s your chance to make that dream a reality. But you’re going to have to act fast: The last day to enter the National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest is coming up on Tuesday, June 30. Don’t miss your last chance to enter...and win big.

Life Below Zero’s Sue Aikens on the crash, her injuries, and more

Life Below Zero‘s 11th episode last week ended with Sue Aiken flying off her snowmachine, literally. It turns to the left, flips, and she flies through the air and tumbles into snow. Thursday’s season finale of the National Geographic Channel reality series deals with the aftermath, though the episode jumps ahead in time quickly. Show More Summary

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