Episode 12: Nat Geo and VSCO on How Travel Photography Has Evolved

By , October 4th, 2017

Anne Farrar,
Director of Photography at National Geographic

Anne has been working in journalism since her days at Indiana’s Kokomo Tribune all the way through the Dallas Morning News and Minneapolis Star Tribune before taking on her first magazine as the Director of Photography at National Geographic. Anne offers her insight into the rapidly growing medium of travel photography, how that has changed the way travelers interact with a destination, as well as her own tips for being a better travel photographer.

“Sometimes it’s nice to just sit and experience the moment.”

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Greg Lutze, co-founder of VSCO

Greg, a graphic designer and photographer who started VSCO in 2011 in Seattle as a way to empower creatives. VSCO, which produces photographic tools for creators, has been named Apple’s “App of the Year,” Google Play’s “Best Apps of 2015” and Fast Company’s “Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Social Media.” It has evolved into vibrant community for expression, creativity, and experimentation. Greg sheds some light on the changes he’s witnessed in the photography world and how to balance getting a beautiful photography and experiencing a beautiful moment.

“It’s not the pictures, it’s the opportunity to be there and to be in the moment.'” 

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Featured photo by Jakob Owens