National Geographic Magazine photographer Joel Sartore shoots in some of the most exotic locales on earth, often in wretched conditions for weeks on end, and always under pressure to produce worthy pictures. A husband and father of three, he often wonders if it's the best job in the world or the worst. At Close Range reminds us of where we fit in the cosmos, and what we owe to the next generation of all the earth's inhabitants.
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As an avid pro photographer I thoroughly enjoyed this glimpse into the life of a National Geographic photographer. In today's world there are very few people who can make a living as photographers for magazines let alone for National Geographic. Joel Sartore dispells myths that this is a glamorous occupation but also shows why he loves what he does.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend