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Watch the National Geographic Film “The Photographers” For Free Online

Back in 1996, National Geographic released a documentary film titled “The Photographers” that gives the world a behind-the-scenes look at how the magazine’s amazing imagery is created:

Going behind the camera and on assignment with veteran photographers for National Geographic, this documentary answers the eternal question asked by the magazine’s readers: “How in the world did they get that shot?” The photographers recount the grueling preparation that shooting for the magazine entails, from mundane details such as obtaining visas to preparing oneself for dangers such as severe climates, deep-sea dives, raging beasts, and local bandits. […] this video is a visual delight, as many examples of noteworthy National Geographic photographs, and entertaining explanations of how the shot was set up and snapped, appear throughout. [#]

What’s great is that you [US residents] can watch the entire 53-minute film for free over on SnagFilms.

The Photographers (via NYIP)


Update: Readers are reporting that the film isn’t available outside the US. Sorry guys…


 
  • Francis Vachon

    Not available if you are in Canada… :-(

  • http://twitter.com/mauriciomatos Mauricio Matos

    Just so you know, it’s not available outside the U.S. Not here in Portugal anyway. It says:

    Sorry, we have not been given the rights to stream this film in your area.

    See films available in your viewing area.

  • Alfredo S

    Well, isn’t it funy that I had bought that in DVD a few weeks ago?

  • http://twitter.com/d7e7r7 David Ritchie

    Those that can’t access it can just use http://us.gofreevpn.com/

  • Shvlhd666

    Apparently, you can’t see it in the US either.

  • Alexandre

    i’m from france, watching it right now…
    thanks for the link!

  • http://twitter.com/Myrddon Henning Nilsen

    learn to proxy people, it’s not that hard.

  • http://twitter.com/TIBoine Tor Ivan Boine

    “Sorry, we have not been given the rights to stream this film in your area.” And they dont understand why people pirate movies?

  • http://twitter.com/Myrddon Henning Nilsen

     … it’s free?

  • http://www.facebook.com/matteo.domenico Matteo Domenico

    in the US…