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Bernardo Galmarini

Bernardo G.

Professional photographer.

Buenos Aires , Argentina.

About Bernardo:

Professional photographer, born in Buenos Aires in 1969. Since 2001 up to date, he works as a freelance stock photographer in several stock galleries of England, USA and Latin America.His photographs have been published in newspapers, books, travel catalogues and magazines, like: National Geographic (Web Site and on-board book “Patagonia 2012”), The New York Post(USA), Svet Magazine (Czech Republic), “Photo Plus” magazine (U.K), GEO magazine (Spain, 2011),Digital Photo Magazine (USA), Home Page photograph for “” , AA Guides (UK) “Essential Buenos Aires” (Cover and Back Cover- 2012), Michelin Travel Guide, Lonely Planet Tavel Guide,The Independent (UK), Cengage Book “Cuadros” (Cover), “Lugares Mágicos” (Cover- Spain), Books of “Aique-Larousse”, “Todo es Historia” Magazine (Arg., by Felix Luna), The cover photo of “Nueva Argentina turística” (La Nacion newspaper, Arg.), ​between other publications.

During 2009 he was selected by the photographer Bob Krist (USA) for being his personal assistant and fixer for an article about Buenos Aires published by the National Geoghraphic Traveler Magazine in March, 2010.In 2008 he creates “Argentimagenes Editons” in order to show the beauty of Argentina landscapes to the international public, through his own photographic work.

Duiring 2012/2013 is commisioned for doing the entire photography of the book: “Milla Cultural del Sur”, edited by Editorial Planeta and the Ministry of Culture (Government of Buenos Aires).


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bob krist Nat Geo
I worked with Bernardo G on my recent assignment in Buenos Aires for National Geographic Traveler, and he is one of the most dedicated, talented, and knowledgeable photographers I’ve had the privilege of shooting with anywhere. His knowledge of the city, and its photo opportunities, are second to none, and he is amazingly helpful and dedicated to getting you to the prime locations to capture the best shots possible. I only wish there was a Bernardo in every city I have to cover!

Bob Krist

National Geographic Photographer