A life behind the lens
Minnesota native Annie Griffiths Belt joined National Geographic magazine 30 years ago as one of the youngest photographers, and one of a few women. She talks about how she breaks down the barriers between photographer and subject. One detail -- she never carries a camera bag.
- Annie Griffiths Belt: National Geographic photographer and author of the new book, "A Camera, Two Kids and A Camel."
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