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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Fw: Ken, Learn how to find where the interesting pictures are!

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Global Reach

Do your homework. Wherever you go in the world, a little research ahead of time will help you bring back better pictures, says Jim Richardson, a National Geographic photographer who has aimed his camera everywhere from the temples of Angkor Wat to the plains of the Serengeti, from Provence, France, to Cuba, Kansas.

"You need to know two things," says Richardson, who has photographed more than 25 stories for National Geographic since the mid-1980s. "Where are the interesting pictures, and how have they already been photographed by others."

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