National Geographic: Through the Lens Trailer

National Geographic: Through the Lens Trailer (2002)

01 January 2002 Factual, Family 47 mins

National Geographic holds court in the pantheon of magazine journalism for many reasons, the biggest of which is its breathtaking photography. But what makes a picture perfect? What goes into its creation? By taking ten stills and examining the work that goes on behind the lens, this documentary lets you into the world of professional photography and shows you the glamour, grit and guts that go into capturing some of history's best moments.

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