Nat Geo welcomes Emma Watson as first guest editor of @NatGeo on Instagram to celebrate International Women’s Day

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To celebrate International Women’s Day (Thursday, March 8), National Geographic is welcoming its first guest editor for the @NatGeo Instagram account: actor, activist and UN Women Global Goodwill Ambassador Emma Watson. Working alongside National Geographic’s editorial team, Emma will curate the account and highlight the work of eight female Nat Geo photographers from Saudi Arabia,

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Reflections on Nat Geo Photo Camp Shenandoah: Baltimore Refugee Youth Project students tell their stories through photography

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The following was written by National Geographic Partners Associate Producer Amber Seyler, who recently attended National Geographic’s Photo Camp in Shenandoah National Park. I first learned about National Geographic’s Photo Camp when I was compiling footage for a year-end impact video for the Society. I began asking around and discovered that a Photo Camp was

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21CF Chats: Nat Geo Photography Fellow Cory Richards talks about the new book ‘@NatGeo: The Most Popular Instagram Photos’

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Turning a collection of Instagram photos into a hardcover book may seem a strange concept at first, but that’s exactly what National Geographic has done with “@NatGeo: The Most Popular Instagram Photos” – and for good reason. The new 336-page book offers readers a chance to engage with a handful of National Geographic’s 12,000+ Instagram

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Fox Archives: Behind-the-scenes photography from ‘Avatar,’ ‘Moulin Rouge!,’ ‘Moon Over Miami’ and more

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I love behind-the-scenes photography. The Fox Archives has gorgeous portraits, scene stills and Fox lot photography, but the photographs that depict what happens off camera are my personal favorite. Since I started working at Fox, just a hair over eight years ago, I started a little folder of my favorite photographs, showcasing the work that

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Young people of the Crow Native American Reservation share their stories through National Geographic Photo Camp

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National Geographic gave 15 Apsáalooke youth from the Crow Native American Reservation in Montana the chance to learn photography and writing during National Geographic Photo Camp from June 8-12. The five-day camp, a partnership between the National Geographic Society and the Crow Tribe, brought together photographers, editors and researchers with the reservation’s young people to discuss the

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