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Photographers on Photography

In this video you will see an enlightening, entertaining and informative series of short interviews with National Geographic photographers talking about what photography means to them, the power of the image and why their life style suits them so well. Photography can change the world. The photographers are: Lynsey Addario William Albert Allard James Balog Marcus Bleasdale Jodi Cobb David Doubilet David Guttenfelder David Alan Harvey Aaron Huey Lynn Johnson Ed Kashi Tim Laman David Littschwager Gerd Ludwig Michael Nichols Paul Nicklen Randy Olson Jim Richardson Joel Sartore Stephanie Sinclair Brian Skerry Brent Stirton Amy Toensing Michael Yamashita I'm sure you'll enjoy this as much as I did. Thanks for watching, Paul

Why I chose the Canon EOS 6D

My main camera bag In 2006 I switched from Nikon to Canon. I was tired of waiting for Nikon to bring out a full frame DSLR. The camera I had been waiting for from Nikon, the D700 was eventually launched in July 2008 but by then I’d invested in Canon gear. My trusty Canon 5D has been my companion through many an adventure and has consistently provided portfolio quality images which have met the most rigorous demands of publishers and agencies. Mind you, images shot with my first DSLR, the 6 megapixel Nikon D70 are still selling through stock libraries. It’s not about megapixels! My wife, professional photographer Magda Indigo stayed with Nikon. She bought the Nikon D7000 when it came out. In 2011 I also invested in a D7000. I wanted to try filming with a DSLR and really liked the ergonomics and handling of the Nikon, as well as the superb quality, which matches that of the 5D full frame. The D7000 is fast, light to carry and a I thoroughly enjoyed shooting with my old Nikon pri