Meet Kenji Yamaguchi, the man who makes custom gear for National Geographic photographers



Photography work for National Geographic is as demanding as it comes. Oftentimes required to shoot in tough environments in rough conditions, both the photographer and his equipment need to be on the top of their game to get the job done.

To ensure the equipment side of the equation is good to go, Kenji Yamaguchi is the man behind the madness. Sitting deep inside the basement of National Geographic’s office, Kenji is surrounded by drill presses, stepper motors and more to ensure any piece of gear needed, that can’t be bought in…

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via Imaging Resource News Page


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