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Nikon sponsors Eddie Adams photography workshop
Jasper Huitink : October 10th 2005 - 22:00 CET
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NikonNikon sponsors Eddie Adams photography workshop : For 18 years, Barnstorm: The Eddie Adams Workshop has been shaping the future of photojournalism. Beginning. Both experienced photojournalists and newcomers to the profession will exchange ideas, techniques and philosophies with some of the nation's most seasoned professionals. These students will have the opportunity of a lifetime to attend this one-of-a-kind workshop with their tuition paid by Nikon. "We are pleased to continue our support of the Workshop as part of the Nikon Spirit Initiative," remarked Anna Marie Bakker, director of Communications. "Nikon could think of no better way to commemorate Eddie Adams than to help ensure that future legends arise through this program."
Nikon sponsors Eddie Adams photography workshopPhotography workshop - Eddie Adams
During the Barnshop: photography Workshop, the 100 chosen student participants are divided equally into ten teams. They are then paired with a photographer, an editor and a researcher, all working pros within the field of photojournalism. Each day of the workshop is divided between shooting, editing, speeches and panel discussions. Students will also have the opportunity for one-on-one time with editors to discuss their portfolios at what is known as the "11:30 Club".

Professional photojournalists
This exclusive four-day workshop will provide a forum for professionals to work directly with the next generation of photojournalists. The faculty represents organizations such as Time, National Geographic, Parade, The New York Times, People, Sports Illustrated, Reuters, Miami Herald, Houston Chronicle, The Washington Post and others. Over the years, the event has drawn the participation of many great photographers including, Eddie Adams, Harry Benson, Eric Draper, Bill Eppridge, Tom Franklin, Walter Loos, David Kennerly, Douglas Kirkland, Heinz Kluetmeier, Mary Ellen Mark, Joe McNally, Carl Mydans, Gordon Parks, Joe Rosenthal and Nick Ut.

Nikon photography - Technical support
Since the workshop's inception, Nikon has assumed a large role in sponsoring the event sending equipment and professionals to teach, lecture and provide technical support. Each year, several Nikon executives and members of Nikon's Professional Services offer their expertise in panel discussions and are on hand to provide technical support.

Nikon - Barnstorm photography workshop
In addition to the event sponsorship, this is the second year that Nikon will award a $10,000 scholarship to the top student at the Barnstorm Workshop. The student will be selected by a panel of judges based on the best quality of work presented at the workshop. The scholarship must be used by the winning student to further their education in the photographic arts field, and will be applied towards their tuition and/or housing at the college of attendance. "We have an outstanding group of faculty and a dynamite support team for Workshop 18," says Alyssa Adams, deputy photo editor at TV Guide and a member of the workshop faculty. "I am thrilled they are all here this year and whole- heartedly supporting Barnstorm: The Eddie Adams Workshop; and the legacy of sharing between seasoned professionals and up-and-coming photojournalists."

About Barnstorm
The purpose of the Eddie Adams Workshop is to create a forum where the exchange of ideas, techniques, and philosophies can be shared between both established members and newcomers of the profession of picture journalism. The workshop is a tuition-free, invitation-only event. Attendees are portfolio-selected by the Eddie Adams Workshop Board of Directors.

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