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One of our longest-running series, Masters of Photography showcases the best photographers currently shooting for National Geographic magazine and other publications. From traveling the world to gather images of the global harvest, to diving beneath the waves to document the latest discoveries in our oceans, to exploring the traditions of Native American horsemanship in the Great Plains, our photographers have the skill, endurance, and curiosity needed to get the story.
Explore the unique bond that exists between the horse and Native American culture through the eyes of a National Geographic photographer and a master horseman. Erika Larsen focuses on cultures that maintain strong connections to nature. Leo Teton of the Shoshone-Bannock tribe is a lifelong rider who became a champion of the famed Indian Relay horse race. Together, they’ll offer a lyrical and provocative look at the role horses play in Native American life, as documented in Larsen’s story in the March 2014 National Geographic.
Book signing to follow the event.
For the cover article in the May 2014 issue of National Geographic, veteran photographer Jim Richardson was given the task of photographing the true heroes of our hungry planet: the often obscure, faceless people who bring the food we eat forth from the Earth. It was a daunting undertaking, which took him from the vast wheat fields of the Great Plains to a potato harvest high in the Andes, and from emerald rice fields in Bali to sweltering fields in sub-Saharan Africa to document humanity’s biggest enterprise—feeding the planet.
The National Geographic Museum will be open until 7:15 pm for viewing of the exhibit Food: Our Global Kitchen.
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Immerse yourself in the latest amazing stories from beneath the waves as a master underwater photographer reports on his most recent assignments for National Geographic magazine. Brian Skerry’s surprisingly intimate portraits of marine life have captured the imagination of a generation. From a new look at dolphins suggesting these graceful creatures are even more intelligent than we thought, to a profile of the powerful bluefin tuna, Skerry’s camera illuminates long-held mysteries of the deep. And a story on ocean farming uncovers new sources of food for the 21st century.
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