National Geographic Magazine: The Photography Issue is a special issue of National Geographic magazine. It has been edited by Chris Johns, who is a photographer as well as the editor-in-chief for this magazine. Johns spent many years in Africa and he is the first photographer to become the editor-in-chief for National Geographic magazine. In 1979, when he was just 28 years old, National Press Photographers' Association named him the Newspaper Photographer of the Year. Johns received the General Excellence Prize in the National Magazine Awards, in 2007 and 2008, consecutively. This photography issue was brought out and published in order to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the magazine. National Geographic magazine, the official journal of the National Geographic Society, was first published in October, 1888, and this issue was published in October, 2013.
National Geographic 125th Anniversary Issue attempts to build awareness among people for endangered animals. This issue shows how photography has impacted our lives to a great extent, how it has helped to prove countless facts, and reveal many remote as well as unknown places. It also shows how photography has taught us to know people from the core, to celebrate the magic of nature and has also inspired us to protect the world around us. This issue includes photographs by renowned photographers like James Balog, Marcus Bleasdale, David Guttenfelder, Martin Schoeller, Joel Sartore, and Abelardo Morell. Moreover, some images in this issue depict a number of notable expeditions and discoveries that have been made across the world. If you are planning to buy books online, you can buy this one easily from any online bookstore, listed on this page.
National Geographic Magazine: The Photography Issue is a compilation of the best ever photographs, published in National Geographic magazine. Through the powerful images, by renowned photographers, the magazine helps us witness scenes that we may have never seen before and relive historical moments. The ISBN 13 for this issue is 9789350852781.