Lions, Suze Rotolo, Eddie Adams Workshop: Photo Feed 3/4

Posted by David Ozanich — 4 Mar 2011


  • Explorers-in-residence at National Geographic Dereck and Beverly Joubert have spent 25 years documenting lions in Africa. They are interviewed on "Fresh Air" for the occasion of their new documentary "The Last Lion." More of Beverly Joubert's photographs, like the one above, can be seen here. More on the film, which is in theaters now, here.

  • While we're on the topic of "Fresh Air," they also broadcast an interview with Suze Rotolo, the subject of a famous photograph with Bob Dylan, who died earlier this week.

  • "12 Amazing Surreal Photo Manipulations".
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  • Applications are now being accepted for the exclusive Eddie Adams Workshop. From their website:

    The Eddie Adams Workshop is an intense four-day gathering of the top photography professionals, along with 100 carefully selected students. The photography workshop is tuition-free, and the 100 students are chosen based on the merit of their portfolios.

    Applications are due May 27th and the actual workshop takes place from October 7th-10th.

  • A rumination on "How Photography Shifted the Balance of the Civil Rights Movement".


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