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Special guest Liz Donadio (on the left) taught a Lumen Printing workshop to the students of Prof. Volkova's class Historic Photographic Processes.  During her visit, the students made lumen prints, a 19th century process of placing objects directly on photo paper and exposing it to sun light. The process in fact made everyone excited about the different ideas and patterns to make. After the workshop, Liz shared her artistic work with student, and discussed her inspiration, and future projects. Please check out her work  - it’s truly amazing:  www.lizdonadio.com/#/lumens/.  Thank you, Liz Donadio, for visiting!

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Fashion Photographer and ASMP (American Society for Media Photographers) Baltimore Chapter vice president Sean Scheidt teaches a workshop to Advanced Studio Photography (PHOTO 341) students. ​ Sean presented his work and talked to class about business of photography, working with clients, and building a supportive creative crew for fashion photo shoots. Students learned how to work with a model, and how to create interesting lighting scenarios for strong visual impact.

Elena Volkova’s Advanced Photography class visited the Maryland Historical Society. It is the oldest cultural institution in the state of Maryland. The society displays a large collection of objects and materials that reflect Maryland's diverse heritage.

During their visit, the students looked at 19th century images of Maryland, and early portraits of Baltimore and its residents. The trip was insightful to the students and provided them a better understanding of 19th century photography.

The students were able to view a rare object, a Mathew Brady Civil War book (top and bottom right). It is one of only 5 existing copies that remain today, the students were fortunate to see the book in person.

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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.

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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.

 
 
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