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Behind the Photo: Seeing Double

When looking at National Geographic photographer Jodi Cobb’s eerie photo of adult twins in a spooky setting, you expect to hear the duet whisper, “Come play with us.”

Close Out Women’s History Month With Photographer Jodi Cobb

A legendary pioneer in photography answers questions about her career, inspirations, world travel, and her new tour.

10 Things I learned at the 2015 National Geographic Seminar

Every year, photographers, editors, storytellers, filmmakers and world travelers gather at the National Geographic headquarters in Washington. Along with the long-awaited annual seminar, National Geographic Creative convenes all its members and the Magazine presents “Works in Progress.” Meetings, dinners, hugs, stories and smiles are shared by the photo community. “As journalists, our worlds can be…

All By My Selfie: National Geographic Photographers Muse on the Word of the Year

National Geographic photographers shared their selfies following the announcement of “selfie” as the Oxford Dictionaries’ word of the year.

NG Live! With Photographer Jodi Cobb

Renowned photojournalist Jodi Cobb will show a selection of her most unforgettable images from her forthcoming retrospective “Uncovering Hidden Worlds” this Wednesday at NG Live! in Washington, D.C. Get a preview of the images and her thoughts about them in this post from NG’s Rock Wheeler.