The TV channel “My Planet” took 10 documentaries about the top 10 Nikon photographers within the project “Russia through the Nikon lens”. One of them is a story of our National Geographic expedition to the Baikal Lake in June 2015.
We are very grateful to scientists from Baikal Limnology Institute Igor Khanayev and Professor Dmitry Shcherbakov, the Nikon company, and all persons who lend a helping hand.
Dolphin. Myths and Reality – this is the theme of our lecture in National Geographic Russia headquarters, which had been held today. We were so happy to meet people, concerned on problems of our environment and interested in nature so deeply.
We only could wish to have such an audience for any our project! They listened attentively, asked a lot of questions.
Mini feature in National Geographic Russia Magazine Oct 2014, dedicated to ice caves, describing kinds of ice and snow collecting in caves, explaining what characteristics and case should meet a cave to become a storage of cold.
Me dear friends, we are happy to tell you about suspenseful feature in the Unterwasser Magazine #8 2014 about archaeological exploration of the Issyk-Kul lake, evolution of diving gear and searching of Tamerlan’s Palace on the bottom of the lake by National Geographic expedition.
Text: by me, Bogdana Vashchenko, photography by Viktor Lyagushkin.
Fascinating feature by Anastasia Mazneva in National Geographic Russia Magazine Feb 2014 about potassium and its influence on all processes on Earth and specially on plants. For without it hunger would rampant on our planet.
The article is about importance of potassium, how it is mined and processed. Illustrated with astonishing photography by Viktor Lyagushkin.
This year National Geographic Magazine celebrates 125 anniversary.
October 15, at the Center of Photography Lumiere brothers was held a master class 10000 lumens Underground and Underwaterwater by staff photographer of National Geographic Russia Magazine Viktor Lyagushkin. The event was set as a part of the photo exhibition 125 years of National Geographic.
Thank you, Viktor, for great time with you and Happy Birth-year to National Geographic!
The piece by Editor-In-Chief in National Geographic Russia Alexander Grek is dedicated to photographers, the most important people of the Magazine, he said.
Our leader, photographer Viktor Lyagushkin is amongst them. Thank you, Alexander, for your warm words, we are proud to work with you and your Magazine. And hope our collaboration will be even more fruitful in the future.