Teams from six countries are working with the Sudanese antiquities service to salvage what they can before the waters rise, probably in late 2008. Listen to your favorite National Geographic news daily, anytime, anywhere from your mobile phone.
Born in China's Zhejiang Province, Lu has focused on documenting major social and environmental issues in his country. Lu won first prize in the "Contemporary Issues Stories" category at the 2004 World Press Photo Competition in the Netherlands with his "AIDS village" essay. National Geographic magazine initiated its photography grant in 2006 as a means of supporting worthy documentary photography. The grant was awarded for the first time in 2007 to Eugene Richards to document those profoundly affected by the conflict in Iraq. Every image we print is reviewed by our in-house team, adjusted by hand for the best possible print quality, then expertly transferred to canvas on state-of-the-art printing equipment. Floating Frames and Framed Prints are custom made right here in our own frame shop where experts assemble every piece by hand to ensure the highest quality.


Wall peels are printed on a reusable vinyl with a special adhesive that sticks to walls without harming them. The area, including this desert near the al-Widay site, is scheduled to be flooded by a 1,000-megawatt Nile River dam that is under construction.
More than 2,500 archaeological sites will be lost to the dam's 108-mile-long (173-kilometer-long) reservoir. Geoff Emberling, a co-leader of the project, said three members of the team each lost more than 20 pounds (9 kilograms) during the three-month excavation. He will receive $30,000 and access to the photographic resources of National Geographic magazine over the coming year. His projects include essays on gold diggers, small coal mines, the SARS epidemic, drug addiction at the Burmese border, AIDS villages in Henan Province, the Qinghai-Tibet railway, industrial and chemical pollution, and the medical problem of schistosomiasis (bilharzia) along waterways. That year, his picture story on drug addicts in Yunnan province at the Sino-Burmese border was exhibited at the Visa pour l'Image Festival in Perpignan, France. Grantees are chosen based on the merit of their portfolio and proposal, regardless of whether the project would be published by National Geographic.


Then we hand stretch artist-grade canvas over a wooden frame that is light enough to easily hang on your wall yet strong enough to support your artwork for years to come.
In addition to financial support, the grantee has full access to the facilities provided to the magazine's regular contributing photographers as well as the assistance of a picture editor. Last year's winner was Alessandra Sanguinetti, for her work looking at food production from farm to table. He won the Henri Nannan Prize for Photography in Germany in 2008 and the following year was offered a fellowship by the W. Eugene Smith Memorial Fund, receiving its 2009 "Grant in Humanistic Photography." His work is distributed by Contact Press Images.




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