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‘Women of Vision’ capture gripping photos
To celebrate its 125th anniversary, National Geographic is exhibiting “Women of Vision," a collection of pictures by eleven award winning photojournalists. Jodi Cobb, one of the first female staff photographers for National Geographic, tells the Post's Zoeann Murphy how the profession has changed. EDITOR'S NOTE: The original version of this video incorrectly identified Kathryn Keane as Carol King Woodward.
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