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Free Live Webinar with National Geographic

National Geographic is one among the popular names when it comes to production of high quality images.  They are capable of striking their audience with their world class photography.  Many photographers look up to the standards that they have already set.  The National Geographic magazine delivers a new world of exciting imagery which garnered numerous awards.

National Geographic ca. 1937

Many photographers may have dreamed to have their works published in the popular magazine.  Good news for aspiring shooters that there will be a live webinar featuring the Senior Photo Editor of National Geographic Elizabeth Krist.

According to the Photoshelter blog, Elizabeth Krist will share why she considers photographers to be “Gods”, what kind of photography appeals to her, and a closer look in action of how she and her colleagues work with photographers to accomplish every magazine.

National Geographic

Elizabeth Krist will also discuss other matters including:

  • How the magazine dictates what photography will be commissioned vs. picked up.
  • The experience of working as a freelance photographer with the photo department.
  • The outstanding quality of what photographers produce which is the most significant to the magazine.

The live webinar with National Geographic shall be on Tuesday, 5th of June 2012 at 4 pm EST.  The registration is free but the slots available are only limited.  For those interested, better register as early as today.


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About Melivea Melgazo

My constant exuberance to traveling and fascination to nature are the reasons why I love photography. Not everyone has the same definition of beauty and that is how photography permits an individualized form of expression. I believe my forte is landscape photography.