Eddie Adams Workshop

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Each year the 100 students selected for Barnstorm are divided into teams of 10. Each team has a Team Leader, Editor, and Producer, who work with the students on their team to put together student assignments, help the students with their shooting, and edit the takes from each day's shooting at the workshop. http://www.eddieadamsworkshop.com

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Brian Storm Podcast on Interactive Narratives

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The Interactive Narratives site aggregates the most innovative projects being produced today via Contributing Authors who are leaders in the multimedia revolution. Listen to the Podcast interview with Brian Storm: http://www.professordevigal.org/blog_in/archives/000672.html Interactive Narratives Site: http://www.interactivenarratives.org

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Sneak Peek of MediaStorm’s Multimedia Publication at Visa pour L’image

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Image by JP Laffont Brian Storm gave a one-hour presentation of MediaStorm's soon-to-be-released multimedia publication at Visa pour L'image. The festival is held each September in Perpignan, France and is the largest international photojournalism event in the world. Visa pour L’image website: http://www.visapourlimage.com Perpignan review by Peter Howe on The Digital Journalist: http://www.digitaljournalist.org/issue0509/perpignan.html

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NPPA Flying Short Course Speakers Announced

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DURHAM, NC -- The 2005 NPPA Flying Short Course continues the tradition of nearly five decades of delivering education and inspiration to photojournalists across the country, only this year the Flying Short Course breaks with tradition and takes on a new format that's intended to bring even more educational and inspirational benefits to attendees by offering two full days of events at each FSC stop. This year the 48th annual Flying Short Course will visit Boston University on September 30 and October 1, the University of Texas at Austin on October 1 and 2, and the University of Oregon at Eugene on October 1 and 2. At each stop there will be one day of presentations by the national Flying Short Course faculty and a second day of hands-on sessions and multiple workshops taught by regional and local experts, with topics such as location lighting, digital imaging, remote transmitting, and Web presentations.…

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