February 23, 2012 – August 5, 2012 (except for December 25, 2012)
- Time 10:00 a.m.
- Location Washington, D.C.
- Price Free
Year after year the editors, writers, and photographers of National Geographic magazine bring readers captivating coverage of “the world and all that’s in it.” 2011 was no exception. Among the many topics from the past year were stories of orphan elephants, explosive volcanoes, the nuclear zone in Japan, reindeer hunters, and female empowerment in Brazil. A handful of carefully chosen images help shape each article. Yet, thousands of worthy photographs never make the cut.
Selected from images shot on assignment for 29 articles, the photographs in this exhibition offer a glimpse at the richness of what is left behind after editing is complete. Take a peek behind the scenes to learn about the merits of the photograph, why it caught the editor’s eye, or how the photographer got the shot.
1145 17th Street NW
Washington, D.C., US
Telephone: 202 857 7700
Lat/Lon: 38.904592000000001, -77.038503000000006
Come explore a thousand years of advances in science and technology from Muslim civilization, which have had a huge but hidden impact on the modern world.
Rediscover Titanic through the work of National Geographic explorers Bob Ballard and James Cameron.
Take a trip across the United States and around the world to witness drought, lightning storms, hurricanes, and tornadoes through stunning images from National Geographic.
Guests can explore displays on our famous photography, National Geographic research projects, and other cultural and natural history topics.
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