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Light Painting
Practicing light painting photography
Using long exposure and light drawing techniques, VCD major and Basic Photography student Hailey Collins creates some interesting and colorful images for a class assignment....Click here to read more.

Basic Photography students
Basic Photography practices HDR

Students in PHOTO 141: Basic Digital Photography took a field trip to Soldier's Delight Natural Preservation area to practice landscape photography. Their photos were then post-processed using High Dynamic Range technique to produce some captivating images....Click here to read more.

Marching Band Photoshoot
Advanced Photography students facilitated a photoshoot with Stevenson's Marching Band

Stevenson's Marching Band director Mark Lortz approached the PHOTO 341: Advanced Studio Photography class for promotional portraits of the musicians and dancers in the ensemble....Click here to read more.

Light Painting
Photography students learned the art of light painting while night shooting in their class

Students in PHOTO 141: Basic Digital Photography took to the outdoors during their night class to learn the ins and outs of night photography. Flashlights were then distributed to experiment with light painting, and the fun unfolded! The students enjoyed playing with different settings and compositions to capture some intriguing images. 

Personal Space Photography
One student's personal space still life photo

PHOTO 341: Advanced Studio Photography students are examining the concept of creating a personal space in their photographs. Drawing inspiration from Dutch Still Life paintings, students were asked to create their own still life with objects that are a part of their everyday life while experimenting with soft, mysterious lighting. 

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