National Geographic Live! events feature entertaining and visually spectacular presentations by the world's leading explorers, scientists, photographers, and naturalists. Now available on DVD and enhanced by award-winning images, this volume showcases the dynamic live presentations by leading photographers Mark Moffett and Annie Griffiths Belt.
From the top of the world's tallest tree to deep inside unexplored caves, Mark Moffett has discovered new species while risking life and limb to find stories that thrill people with the unexpected in nature. One of only a handful of people to earn a Ph.D. under the world’s most famous ecologist, E.O. Wilson, Moffett has produced more than two dozen articles for National Geographic magazine. Enjoy Moffett’s entertaining presentation as he uses humor to open people’s eyes to the small wonders of the natural world.
One of the first women hired as a staff photographer at National Geographic, Annie Griffiths Belt has worked on every continent except Antarctica. When her two children were born, she turned what some might see as an obstacle into an opportunity by taking her kids along for the ride. In this lecture, Belt relates the stories behind the photographs in her new National Geographic book, A Camera, Two Kids and a Camel, and shares the secrets of her peripatetic life, along with her portfolio of emotionally rich photographs.
Bonus features: interviews with the photographers.
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