Last night on PBS there was a National Geographic special highlighting Joel Saltore. One hour of his life with NG and the places he has gone and the pictures he has captured. It was a great show to see. The show was made in 2007 and he was shooting an F6 with slide film and they showed some stuff of the NG editors looking over the slides and the conversations of Saltore with the Editors. I enjoyed the show. In one scene they were showing the Bears at Yellowstone catching a fish trying to move up stream. We have all seen that shot many times. They then moved the camera back and it showed a platform built there with Photogs sardined on it trying to grab a few hundred snaps. However that was one of the topics that Saltore brought up and that was to find a way to make a different shot that stood out among the mass. I am sure anyone that is interested could watch the PBS show on-line or catch another showing on PBS this weekend as they usually run shows of this type several times.