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Photographers (1999)

National Geographic looks at the work of its photographers and what goes into capturing the images that go into the magazine.

Director:

Eric Taylor

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Cast

Credited cast:
Sam Abell Sam Abell ... Himself - Photographer
William Albert Allard William Albert Allard ... Himself - Photographer
Judi Cobb Judi Cobb ... Herself - Photographer
Keith David ... Himself - Narrator
David Doubilet David Doubilet ... Himself - Photographer
Beverly Joubert Beverly Joubert ... Herself - Photographer
Louis Mazzatenta Louis Mazzatenta ... Himself - Photographer
Steve McCurry Steve McCurry ... Himself - Photographer
James Stanfield James Stanfield ... Himself - Photographer
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National Geographic looks at the work of its photographers and what goes into capturing the images that go into the magazine.

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Documentary

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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[first lines]
Judi Cobb - Photographer: Photographers try to tell the story in a very immediate, powerful, provocative way.
Steve McCurry - Photographer: [whirling dervish dancers] What I'm doing in this studying that subject's, movements, their personality, they're depth, their gestures.
David Doubilet - Photographer: [undersea] Working for Geographic *is* the best job in the whole world. It's also the hardest job in the whole world.
Michael 'Nick' Nichols: [charging elephants] The intensity you have to live with with the photography, most people are not willing to pay the price.
James Stanfield - Photographer: They're a little bit like ...
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