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The new year is a wonderful time to look at great photographs!

Dozens of media outlets collect their best of the best.

You’ll find links to the best of those below.

Enjoy!

Time’s Best Photographs Of 2017

New York Times The Year In Photographs 2017

The World Press Photo Contest Winners 2017

CNN’s The World’s Best Travel Photos 2017

Bloomberg’s 100 Best Photographs Of 2017

Reuter’s Pictures Of The Year 2017

Reuter’s Best Business Photographs Of 2017

Visual Culture’s Most Powerful Moments of Journalism 2017

Sports Illustrated’s Best Photos Of 2017

National Geographic’s Best Photographs Of 2017

The Guardian’s Best Of Wildlife Photography Awards 2017

Audubon’s Photography Awards 2017

CBS Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2017

Nature’s Best Science Images Of 2017

Space’s Most Amazing Space Photographs Of 2017

Popular Science’s Best Picture’s Of The Solar Eclipse 2017

The Huffington Post’s Best iPhone Photographs Of 2017

My Modern Met’s Best Photographs Of 2017

Lens Culture’s 75 Experts Name the Top Photo Books of 2017

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Enjoy this sweeping survey of photography at National Geographic and the men and women who make the images.

View more Photographer’s Videos here.

“Considered one of the leading documentary photographers in the field today, Chris Rainier captures powerful and compelling images of indigenous cultures whose ways are under threat.”

Find out more about Chris Rainier here.

View more Photographer’s Videos here.

Ed Kashi offers deep insights into the practice of photojournalism.

Find out more about Ed Kashi here.

View more Photographer’s Videos here.

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Check out The Photo Society. You’ll get lost in fantastic photography by top photographers. Who are they?

“We are a group of contributing photographers for National Geographic Magazine, committed to telling the world’s stories through pictures.”

“Explaining the diversity of this group is the easiest way to answer the question, “How do I become a National Geographic photographer?” I usually answer this question by saying: ‘It is not easy or glamorous (see Reality Check). And this is not where you begin your career. You are competing with world-class documentary photographers and within that genre there are men and women who are the absolute best at their specialty. There are a number of specialists — underwater photographers with different skills — one works in very deep water; a couple photograph at all depths and temperatures; one dives in caves, another holds his breath under whales; and then there is a guy who just works in puddles. One photographer travels all over the world to strap a big fan on his back to shoot aerials. There is a bug guy, an archeology specialist, and a number of folks that photograph critters. There are climbers, conflict photographers, portrait photographers and landscape specialists.’ Then I usually end with how amazed I am that I can survive in this crowd as a generalist… in such esteemed company.” – Randy Olson

Find out who they are here.

Visit The Photo Society here.

Plus, find out the top hazards of being a National Geographic Photographer.

National Geographic profiles explorers including James Nachtwey and Paul Nicklen in these short video clips.

Find more National Geographic explorer’s stories here.

View more Videos On Photographers here.

Read conversations with photographers here.


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