Archive — National Geographic

When Pictureline ran a photo contest every week of the summer in 2012, an interesting question came up when the winner of the PORTRAITS contest was announced.  A follower on Facebook mentioned, "Does every winner of a portrait photography contest have to have a beard?"  Having photographed many people around the world, I realized that I, too, was probably more inclined...
As we focus on some of the best photographers in the industry and in their particular genres, it is with some difficulty that we focus on a photographer who has done so much to add to collection of images and shape the way we think about images from around the world as Steve McCurry (www.stevemccurry.com).  I was given his book...
Photographer and Cinematographer David McLain David McLain (www.davidmclain.com) sharpened his skills the old-fashioned way shooting feature-length assignments around the world for National Geographic Magazine.  While the stories varied greatly, the mandate was always the same: create timeless images for a client with the highest visual standards on earth. More recently, he has become absorbed with cinematography and is actively adapting his...