How to Become a National Geographic Photographer

By Anthony Maddaloni ; Updated September 18, 2017

To become a National Geographic photographer, research the magazine's specific photographic style, use slide film and take pictures with rich color saturation. Assemble a vibrant photography portfolio to submit to National Geographic editors with the help of this free video from a professional photographer.

About the Author

Anthony Maddaloni is a professional photographer from Austin, Texas. A New York native, he moved to Austin 10 years ago after graduating from Purchase College in New York. He has worked as a photographer for the Texas Senate, the Texas House of Representative's, and the University of Texas. Michael has taught black and white darkroom for the University of Texas, School of Architecture, as well as the Dougherty Art School in Austin, Texas.