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Beyond
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Follow National Geographic's leading photographers and Samsung #TeamGalaxy Creators as they capture the essence of some of the most iconic locations on Earth. Using the new Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G, they are on a mission to inspire a new generation of aspiring photographers.

Learn how these creators uncover landscapes, cultures, and iconic moments while capitalizing on the power of the Galaxy S20 Ultra camera. Discover what it takes to get a brilliant, Instagram-ready, National Geographic-worthy photo.

In early 2020 we hosted the "Beyond the Frame" photo contest, where we asked the @NatGeoYourShot Instagram community to share what inspires them and gets them out every day to shoot. The winners won a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to go on-location with a Nat Geo photographer and shoot on the new Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G.

The contest winners traveled to Wyoming and Alaska to learn from National Geographic photographers and Samsung TeamGalaxy creators on how to shoot incredible imagery on a revolutionary camera. Watch their stories below.

With 100x Space Zoom, Single Take AI and Ultra Bright Night features, the Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G will transform how you capture your world.

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Capture It

We asked entrants to show us what inspires them and gets them out every day, from dusk to dawn, to shoot.

Win It

Scroll down to see the two winners and their grand prize-winning images!

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Photo taken in Zion National Park, Utah.@wild.away.with.me

"Chasing flash flood waterfalls in Utah's Zion country can take weeks, months, or years of waiting for the right storms to hit. You have to be ready for these rare, powerful, fleeting moments. Capturing and experiencing these events is truly an honor."

Photo taken in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania.@mollymccormickphoto

"At first glance, it just looked like empty patches of grass—pure silence, not a creature in sight. That's when I heard a subtle peep. I looked to the right and saw something move across the dusty road. All of a sudden more peeps came from the left, and out of the tall grass came the babies. Frozen in time, I nearly dropped my lens. As the mom got closer, the young cubs tackled her to the ground. It was dinnertime, and the cubs deserved to eat after a long day waiting in silence. Sometimes the best moments are unexpected."

ARTICLEPhotographing sunrise to sunset in Canyon de Chelly

Get expert tips from National Geographic photographer Kirsten Luce on photographing the Southwest with the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G.

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ARTICLENext-level climbing photography in Grand Teton National Park

Follow National Geographic photographer Jimmy Chin on a quest to capture an epic sunset shot with the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G.

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ARTICLECapturing the action on an Alaskan sled dog run

Nat Geo photographer Katie Orlinsky crafts visual stories of high-energy sled dogs and their devoted musher using the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G.

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