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Photo Camp: The Video

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Director Kirsten Elstner and others describe National Geographic Photo Camp, a global program sponsored by the Geographic’s Education Foundation through which Nat Geo photographers train students to document their communities and local environments with photography.

Recent Photo Camp settings include Botswana’s Okavango Delta

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… Jhadol in northwestern India

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Vinalhaven and North Haven Islands off Maine’s Atlantic coast …

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Taos, New Mexico

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… the Chesapeake Bay

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… South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Indian Reservation

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Costa Rica

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… the Appalachian Trail in Virginia …

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… and the Bronx in New York.

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View more Photo Camp galleries, or make a tax-deductible donation to support Photo Camp!

Photographs by Lynn Johnson, Rasta Phutego, Jeewan Singh Ranawat, Abby Campbell, Emma McCollum, Chris Stephens, Anissa Martin, and Carolina Hernández Chant, Sarah Keplinger, and Alba Fabian.

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