Originally Posted by Bill Burk
It'll help for caption writing and for your eventual book to know who the lifeguard is.
What comes to mind for me is the story about Edith Shain, the woman kissed by a sailor taken by Alfred Eisenstaedt.
Here's hoping your photos stir controversy one day.
This is especially true for professional journalism work. Often times a photo editor will deem a picture unusable without the name of the subject/s.
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