Behind the Scenes of BAD National Geographic Photos

Posted by David Ozanich — 16 Dec 2010


I'd recommend watching this BADass video about National Geographic photographer Bruce Dale (initials B.A.D.). He's been a staff photographer at the magazine for 30 years. It's full of nifty things like his tips for shooting glass and stories about his photograph being chosen by Carl Sagan to be put onboard the Voyager for aliens to find. Mostly it's full of his stunning photos. Really. Watch this.

30 Years of BAD Pictures from Bruce Dale on Vimeo.

For more on Bruce Dale, check out his website. Via Buzzfeed.

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