The 22nd annual Eddie Adams Workshop ended this week, and you can see the participants' multimedia assignments here.
Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Adams founded the intensive tuition-free four-day program "to create a forum in which an exchange of ideas, techniques, and philosophies can be shared between established members and newcomers to the world of visual journalism."
One hundred carefully selected students gather in Jeffersonville, New York, where they are given a two-day shooting assignment. Some augment their still photos with audio and video, working in multimedia teams led by industry giants Brian Storm, Tom Kennedy and Rich Beckman.
Nine videos resulted from Barnstorm 2010. Take a look and share your thoughts.
You'll find multimedia assignments from previous years here.
Those Soviets, They’re Not So Different From Us - In 1977, Nathan Farb, a left-leaning Jewish artist, was chosen by the government to represent the United States on a public relations trip to the Soviet Un...
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