Being a National Geographic photographer demands going to great lengths to capture unique shots of wild—often dangerous—animals. It's a task that sometimes requires some very custom-built gear. Luckily, there's one man whose sole job is to craft these amazing gadgets.
Meet Walter Boggs, National Geographic's resident mechanical engineer. He spends his days in a workshop building things like remote-controlled camera cars, underwater housing, even life-size rhinoceros vehicles. Head on over to Proof, National Geographic's wonderful blog devoted to photography to learn more about Boggs, and watch this great video below where he talks about working on such unique projects, and his creative drive to build things completely from scratch.