Eddie Adams was so much more than a single prize-winning photograph, more of a man than any obituary could ever reflect. Unlike so many "artists," Eddie devoted his life to teaching the skills he had worked so hard to acquire, always sharing his gift ... and himself. He faced his own end with the same courage he displayed on so many battlefields. I was honored to collaborate with him on this photo essay—the cover image is his beloved son, August, holding the world in his hands—and even more honored to be his friend. If photographs of Heaven start mysteriously showing up in magazines, you'll know who took the pictures. I'll see you soon enough, pal.
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