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National Geographic photographer Jim Richardson is well-known for his educated eye and sophisticated problem-solving skills. When presented with an assignment to portray the unique botanic structure of tall prairie grasses from the plains of the American mid-west, he came up with a novel solution involving a flatbed scanner and image-stitching software.
Here is something to think about from NG veteran Jim Richardson, who has shot more than 25 features for the magazine since 1984.
In conjunction with the current exhibition ‘WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY: Images of Armed Conflict and Its Aftermath’, Annenberg Space for Photography has published an in depth article focusing on Michael’s experience during his an eight year period in Iran.
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