Gary Geboy

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From traveling the world as a cinematographer documenting the Peace Corps to being part of a National Gallery of Art exhibit on ancient Mexico, to creating environmental portraits, and now views of his own Lowcountry backyard, Geboy has had an eventful 30 year career as a photographer. His work has been seen at the Smithsonian’s Rock and Soul Museum in Memphis, Tenn.; the National Park Services visitor center at the Manzanar National Historic Site in California; and the Kings Mountain National Military Park in Blacksburg, S.C. His book of images, “Transfer Of Grace,” is featured on the international Holga photography Web site, www.holgainspire.com, and he is currently a finalist for ForeWord Magazine’s photography book of the year award.

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Photographic Firepower of the Cuban Revolution | by Rebekah Jacob

By Rebekah Jacob Armed with their camera bags, a small group of revolutionaries had photographic firepower, documenting Cuba’s most dramatic period.  These photojournalists—Alberta Korda, Raúl Corralles, Osvaldo Salas and, his son, Roberto Salas—were Fidel Castro’s chosen ones, who not only photographed social changes, but who themselves inspired change.  In positions of trust, they were beside [...]

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