How do you capture in one frame, the landscape of Yellowstone’s geysers, the majesty in the peaks of the Mount Denali, or the vast expanse of the Grand Canyon?…
By Gretchen Frazee
There’s a man walking around the planet. He’s not doing it to set a record, he’s not on some religious quest, he’s just doing it to tell our stories. I has lucky enough to walk a few miles with him.
By Hari Sreenivasan
In our news wrap Wednesday, al-Qaida rebels and other captured a key air base in Syria. The victory means that virtually all of a major province is free of government control. Meanwhile, there are growing signs of a Russian military…
By PBS NewsHour
National Geographic's media properties, including its iconic magazine, will join a new venture with 21st Century Fox in a $725 million deal to expand the partnership between the two companies.
By Margaret Sessa-Hawkins
By Corinne Segal
Tyrone Turner, a National Geographic photographer who grew up in New Orleans, documented New Orleans' culture of celebration and the families that have helped it survive in the 10 years since Hurricane Katrina.
By PBS NewsHour
By Anne Azzi Davenport and Jordan Vesey
How can young photographers help begin to forge cross-cultural understanding? One photo at a time is the philosophy behind the National Geographic's "Photo Camp" program, celebrating a decade of teaching students in 67 workshops around the world.
By WSKG Public Broadcasting
Using data from dissections and the study of fossils, award-winning paleo-artist John Gurche recreates through art how dinosaurs and early human ancestors might have appeared. His work has been featured in National Geographic, on postage stamps, in "Jurassic Park" and…
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