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As part of the Multimedia Production class, students are split into groups for a couple of projects, one of them is create an idea for a 30 second advertisement for the photography department. They must present a storyboard to express their concept for approval. Then produce the advertisement they presented.
Photojournalism I - The Sports Portrait. Photo by Caleb Smallwood
The assignment was to photograph a series of two unique portraits of an athlete. The image should show them, their sport “props” and their sport’s environmental setting. Caleb choose a young billiards player.
Caleb's work and story is also featured in this week's Yes! Weekly
Photojournalism I - Event Coverage Video Video by Cate Gordon
Students in the Photojournalism I class had to cover a local event, interview an official and participants, capture B-Roll and produce a 1 to 2 minute news video. (Click the photo or the link below to watch)
The Multimedia Production class was assigned to create a time-lapse video that incorporated multiple views. Tim Rossland's video (click here to watch) came out great. Tim used a single Nikon D7000 camera and Adobe Lightroom, After Effects and Premiere to create this look at Greensboro.
Several students visited the nature theme for their projects. (Click the picture to play them)
Video by Cate Gordon
Video by Sarah Whelan
Video by Zoe Zielinski
Photo by RCC student Erin Mizelle
Last week students in the Photojournalism I class were challenged to create 7 Black and White images. Erin photographed a sugar glider.
She wrote, "a sugar glider - simply because of its existence and absolute cuteness - has the animal lovers at a complete stand-still as they browse the 2014 Holiday Market on Saturday, November 8, 2014, at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina."