Joe McNally shares stories and layouts from 25 plus years of shooting for the world’s premier picture magazine. Anecdotes from the field, discussion of editing, layout and how pictures have to succeed emotionally, pictorially, and informationally to grace the pages of National Geographic.
At the start there's a minor glitch where Joe's photos do not appear full screen but that gets soon sorted out, so just persevere.
This is a fascinating account and the interviewer opens the floor for questions from the audience during the last 30 minutes.
Joe is one of my favourite photographers and it is fabulous to hear how he thinks about creating the images that tell the stories in National Geographic.
www.indigo2photography.co.uk (this is the hub of my photographic world with links to all my social media homes, exhibitions, info and portfolios)
PS. My thanks to Manfrotto School of Excellence (my favourite tripods) for producing this excellent video