Lauren Litton begins a two month internship this week in Orlando, Florida with photographer Betsy Hansen. Two exciting full-time internships are required in the Commercial Photography Program.
The total lunar eclipse early Wednesday, Oct. 8, just before sunrise.
The moon appeared coppery red, called a "blood" moon, because of the sunsets and sunrises reflecting on the lunar surface. During the eclipse, although it's in the shadow of Earth, a bit of reddish sunlight still reaches the moon.
RCC photojournalism students (and one commercial student) headed out into the darkness to photograph the event. The series above was from 5:15am till total eclipse around 6:18am when clouds covered the moon.
Photojournalism I - General Event Coverage. Photo by Seth Combs
Students learn how to cover general news and events that are open to the public. Topics include representing the tone and atmosphere of the event and exploring different perspectives.
Caption: Sara Bloo poses for the judges at the end of the runway during the body painting contest held at the Elm Street Center in Greensboro on September 28, 2014. The body painting contest was part of ArtsGreensboro's 17DAYS Art & Culture Festival. Bloo was painted by Tiffany Gill of North Carolina.
RCC Alumnus Craig Brower speaks to students on Monday, Oct. 6, 2014 about his career after leaving RCC, including working for the CIA and other companies using satellite imaging. Brower is now the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) account manager for BAE Systems’ Intelligence and Security sector.
Photojournalism 1 - Soccer. Photo by Josh Komer
This week the photojournalism class photographed soccer for the first time as a sports assignment. Josh did a great job capturing the action of soccer: action, body language, expression, and a clean background all made this image pop!