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Photographer | Official Trailer | National Geographic

From Academy and Emmy Award-winning filmmakers E. Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin, PHOTOGRAPHER flips the lens on some of the world’s most extraordinary visual storytellers to see what makes them click. The series premieres March 18 on National Geographic at 8/7c and streams March 19 on Disney+ and Hulu."


Edit: Sorry, for some reason the trailer video is not showing.


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Great trailer! I can't wait to see the series. Thanks for posting it.
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Great trailer! I can't wait to see the series. Thanks for posting it.
Yep, I'm looking forward to it, too 👍
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QuoteOriginally posted by luftfluss Quote
From Academy and Emmy Award-winning filmmakers E. Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin, PHOTOGRAPHER flips the lens on some of the world’s most extraordinary visual storytellers to see what makes them click. The series premieres March 18 on National Geographic at 8/7c and streams March 19 on Disney+ and Hulu."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSCjIRdu1ZY

Edit: Sorry, for some reason the trailer video is not showing.
Fixed it for you. Sometimes the forum software doesn’t format the YouTube link well, I experience the same thing, especially when trying to compose posts on my iPhone.

Cool video trailer.

I must note that National Geographic with its history of awesome photography seems to not be concerned that some of the photographers in the video don’t know that the lens hood needs to be turned from the stored position to the forward side of the front lens element. I saw 3 different shots of photographers with their tulip shaped lens hoods in the stored position as they were shooting.

Curious that a pro would be so careless about their work.


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