2013-06-16

UPDATE: Making Of National Geographic Magazine June Cover With James Cameron by Marco Grob

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We were the first to have this exclusive behind the scenes video thanks  Marco Grob, the international photographer behind the photoshoot of the National Geographic Cover with James Cameron underwater .

Marco is not only a great person that has worked with UN Mine Action Service since 2010, he is a great portrait photographer you should know.

His camera has captured some of the most famous faces of the world, like no other. Always with a personal look.

Now it is a good moment, because he has a brand new website. ( click image to visit )

Marco Grob´s new website

I update this post because National Geographic shared the before and after of the cover with more information about the photoshoot.

BEFORE:


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AFTER:

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 Margaret G. Zackowitz from National Geographic explains

Photographer Marco Grob (below, with camera) had just two hours to make the portrait before his subject had to leave to catch a flight for Australia. So Cameron, whose solo dive into the Mariana Trench, the deepest part of the ocean, is featured in this issue, donned a wet suit and went to work. He was a pro at holding his breath: “I was sometimes concerned,” admits Grob. “I’d knock on the window and say, ‘Hey, come up.’” ( via National Geographic)

Of course I have my magazine.

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Via marcogrob.com | National Geographic - Thank you very much  Marco for your help

2 comments:

Alan said...

Any idea why this video was taken down? Or where we might find it now? Thank you.

ISO 1200 Magazine said...

Update with a new edit.