What really grabs a Nat Geo editor's attention? Norie Quintos shares her advice for getting started and what she'll be looking for as one of our Travel Writing Scholarship judges
From The Merv Griffin Show to North Korea, we sit down with one of our Travel Photography Scholarship Judges to chat about his career so far, and learn why a location is not a story.
What makes a compelling pitch? What are editors looking for? Pro photographer Mark Edward Harris shares his advice to help get your work published.
Creating an emotional connection with your viewer is the key to great storytelling. Visual storyteller Gregg Bleakney from WhereNext explains, it’s all about thinking like Jason Bourne.
How do experienced filmmakers get their subjects to relax? Visual storyteller Benjamin Chesterton, from production company duckrabbit, shares how to get a great interview.
In this interview with Writing Scholarship mentor Tim Neville, we discuss how he got his start, the lifestyle and where he sees the industry going.
We sit down with Travel Photography Scholarship mentor and Canon Master Richard I'Anson to discuss the lifestyle, industry and how he first started out.
The 3 lucky winners of our 2016 Australia Travel Writing Scholarship are back from their road-trip Down Under. We catch up with them to hear all about their adventures and what they learnt from their mentor, Lonely Planet’s Anthony Ham.
Our 2017 Travel Writing Scholarship winners give us a taste of what they learnt on their Balkan adventure from their mentor, NY Times contributor Tim Neville
Going for a trek is an adventure in itself, but it’s also a great opportunity to get some once-in-a-lifetime shots. Our local photography expert Sunny shares his tips on what to pack, and how to look after your gear in Nepal’s challenging climate.
Did you know in some parts of Nepal photography is completely prohibited? Be prepared and aware to get the most out of your trip.