Sunday, 4 April 2010

the magic of photography

In the recent year, TV, film and photography has turned to fairytales and the supernatural for inspiration. Alice in Wonderland, the Twilight series and Avatar has all been drawn into the public conscience and appreciated by all ages and backgrounds. Why I wonder? Isn't our own world enough, why do we look beyond what is immediately around us? Maybe, we find it hard to discover the magic in what is too close. David Griffin is the Photography Director of the National Geographic, here uncovering the visual narratives that is photography and putting new light on the stories that make up our world.


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