Our good friend and world-famous photographer Michael “Nick” Nichols is launching his own app in the iTunes store.
Here’s the scoop:
In his first iPad app, Michael Nichols, National Geographic Editor-at-Large for Photography, has compiled over twenty years of photography and stories from locations all over the world.
The app features:
– Fifteen photo galleries and over 160 photographs (some never published until now) that will bring you up close to far off cultures and wild animals from all around the globe.
– Exclusive behind the scenes video of Nick photographing owls, tigers and elephants while on assignment for National Geographic magazine
– Links to buy limited edition prints and signed books
Join Nick, a pioneering wildlife photographer and former member of Magnum Photos, as he provides an intimate and behind-the-scenes look at his groundbreaking work in the most remote corners of the world. Nick has devoted himself to producing photography with a purpose that results in raising environmental awareness and protection. His work with conservationists, such as J. Michael Fay and Jane Goodall, has resulted in numerous books, as well as the creation of thirteen national parks in Africa and reform in captive chimpanzee care. Nick has photographed 25 stories for National Geographic including “Ivory Wars: Last Stand in Zakouma” (March 2007) that helped raise awareness and funds to protect the embattled elephants of Chad.
Check out Nick Nichols‘ website for more information on his new app.