Photography Fellows

Some photojournalists’ work transcends the art of photography, taking them on journeys to the world’s most remote locations, telling stories that need to be told, and often placing them in great danger. With this in mind, the Society selects renowned photojournalists to serve as National Geographic photography fellows. During their terms, these photographers support a variety of Society efforts, from ocean conservation to promoting exploration of parklands to teaching scientists and explorers visual storytelling skills. Their work follows a long tradition at National Geographic, one of going out into the world to explore and coming back to share the stories and discoveries with a larger audience.

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