National Geographic Calls on Photographers to Show Our Changing World

Cloud of Tadpoles
Photograph by Eiko Jones

Recently, National Geographic launched a new initiative called Your Shot that allows photographers from all walks of life to connect with Nat Geo photographers and editors over virtual assignments. Centered around a specific theme, each assignment asks photographers to share their best shot. Then, Nat Geo photo editors offer their expert photography tips to show everyone what made that particular photo stand out. If they love your shot, your photo may even get published in National Geographic Magazine!

The current assignment is called Explore Our Changing World. Over 10,000 photographers have submitted their photos that capture the idea of change, whether that be in nature, in urban areas or within ourselves.

Courtesy of National Geographic, here are 10 standout photos from that assignment, which ends on October 22. You still have 12 days left to submit your own best photo.

Alive
Photograph by Jonathan Tucker


Weightless
Photograph by Dimitris Maroulakis,


People at Prayer
Photograph by Junaid Ahmed


Camp inside Hang Son Doong
Photograph by Ryan Deboodt


Kabul Balloons
Photograph by Allen Rooke


Night of Lightning at Grand Canyon
Photograph by Rolf Maeder


The Most Beautiful Pond in the World
Photograph by Kent Shiraishi


Perfect Catch
Photograph by Wayne Panepinto


The Ice Caves
Photograph by Andrew Inaba

Found on: My Modern Met

 

 

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