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the photogaphers that publish in the National Geographic Magazine

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bert stephani definitely! he just does what i want to do one day.

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+1 for bert stephani as well

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As a photojurnalist; "Ara Guler" you really check his photograps and people he work with, he is very old now but still lives in Istanbul/Turkey
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ara_G%C3%BCler
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Cheers for the link kutay- VERY nice pics by Ara Güler!

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More thanks from me Kutay, those are some great shots and I just love the music!

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When i read the story of his shoot with Salvador Dali, i couldn't belive.
They just smash the curtains of salvador's room and use them as clothes =)
And other interesting thing is, he had stayed in paplo picasso's home for nearly two months. just for get to know him and take a good portrait.
There are so many interesting things about him but i cant remember right now. it has been a long time since i red his biography.

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Radu wrote:
the photogaphers that publish in the National Geographic Magazine


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David Mihoci:

http://www.mihoci.com/

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Arild Heitmann

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http://www.flickr.com/photos/uberfischer/

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I life nature/wildlife photography which inspires me.
animal actions are very hard to capture and we have to be always ready.

Name: Dave Watts
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below are the two best shots I like and always wanted to take

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Hi folks,

Came across Drora Spitz today - can't claim she has inspired me (yet) but I thought I'd share. A gallery of her work can be seen here. Click on the chapter (might need to select your language first) and then on the numbers to see each photograph in turn. Here's just one example of some varied and interesting work...
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Elliott Erwitt: http://www.elliotterwitt.com/lang/en/index.html

Brilliant photographer, can't wait to buy his books "Paris", "Rome" and "New York".

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Darren Heath is my favourite. He photographs formula 1 primarily but he does other stuff as well and I think it's all great.

http://darrenheath.com/

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I've been a fan of Thomas Mangelsen for years.
http://www.mangelsen.com/

He was made famous for capturing a salmon mid-air entering a grizzly's mouth, but has a huge portfolio of magnificent nature prints. He also gets major bonus points for knowing and spending time with Jane Goodall.


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