"It’s always fun to work with photographers on their first story for National Geographic because they’re usually surprised by the resources and support we can provide and by how much of a voice we give them in contributing to their story."
Senior Photo Editor
Here's Elizabeth's article at Proof. If you watch the video, try to imagine working in those conditions. I was glad I don't have to!
Here are the Patagonia bagualeros pictures at Tomás's website (the pictures unfortunately are way oversharpened for web resolution, but try to look past that...).
Chilean Tomás Munita, born in 1975, is an independent documentary photographer interested in social and environmental issues. He's based in Santiago.
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James Sinks: "The post-processing looks like the clarity is pushed and then a large radius high pass filter is applied. Nice colors (a bit pumped...but still nice), nice compositions, and interesting subjects, but that processing really grates."