Maggie Steber, National Geographic Magazine contributor photographer and Guggenheim Foundation, will join Kike Calvo in a Colombia Photo Expedition in 2021.
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In this new episode, National Geographic photographer and Guggenheim Fellow Maggie Steber talks about her experiences photographing strangers in more than 70 countries. ► Travel with Maggie Steber to Colombia: https://colombiaphotoexpeditions.wordpress.com/wild-colombia/ Maggie Steber, National Geographic Magazine contributor photographer and Guggenheim Foundation Fellow Maggie Steber, and Safina Center Fellow, author and photographer Kike Calvo will lead a photographic tour to Colombia in August 2021. About … Read More How to Photograph Strangers on the Street with National Geographic Photographer Maggie Steber
Deep knowledge and field expertise are two of the strengths of our Photo Expeditions in Colombia. We work with the best field guides and we aim for the best education and experience possible. Colombia Photo Expeditions offers private custom Photo Tours and fixed-date Expeditions for photographers and travelers from around the world, specializing in cultural immersion, natural history, and photography, always traveling in small-sized groups with … Read More Guggenheim Foundation Fellow and Photographer Maggie Steber
National Geographic Society Honors President Juan Manuel Santos of Colombia for his Commitment to Conservation
Diverse Colombia by Colombia Photo Expeditions, in which Kike Calvo profiles interesting information, research and thoughts on Colombia for journalism, ecotourism, science, exploration and photography. The National Geographic Society recently recognized President Juan Manuel Santos of the Republic of Colombia for his unwavering commitment to conservation. In a ceremony at Society headquarters, Gary E. Knell, president and CEO of National Geographic Society, along with Jean Case, chairman of the … Read More National Geographic Society Honors President Juan Manuel Santos of Colombia for his Commitment to Conservation