Photojournalism II - Weekly Feature. Photo by Erin Mizelle
Each week the Photojournalism class has to turn in one feature photo, this week Erin decided a sports feature would be her submission from a heated basketball game between Trinity High School and Randleman High School.
Photos by Caleb Smallwood
Each month the North Carolina Press Photographers Association hosts a photo contest with professional news photographers from North Carolina and South Carolina competeing in 6 categories.
Caleb won a second (dancer) and third (billiards) place award in the Portrait Category in the November 2014 contest.
Photo by Dillon Deaton, class of 2014
Blake Hendrix, 8, attempts to remove a part of the dash from an old Saab in the front yard of his home outside of Berea, Ky. Blake is helping to strip the car for parts to sell with his two brothers and two friends.
The photo was taken when Dillon attended the Mountain Workshops, a photojournalism workshop series in Kentucky. The image was a feature in Dillon's 5th place portfolio. Dillon is continuing his education at UNC Chapel Hill, studying for a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication with a photojournalism specialization.
A selection of four photographs by first semester, first year students in Design Laboratory I. Students produce a portfolio of five images of their own choosing for their final class project. All photography for the class is shot on chromogenic film and printed full frame, showing at least a sliver of black base-plus-fog bordering each image.
Counter-clockwise from upper right:
Javas Reid, Taylor Lord, Whitney Keller, Chelsea Clayton
Click Picture to Watch the slideshow by Jessica Martin
Each year the Portrait Student Management students photograph the RCC Mock Wedding. One of the requirements of the Mock Wedding assignment is that the students create and post a video on their individual blogs. The featured video was created by Jessica Martin.
Thank you to all of the volunteers (wedding party, parents and guests) that make the Mock Wedding possible. Thank you also to the Church of the Good Shepherd, Big Deal Shoes, Central Bakery, The English Garden and Amy Henderson for all you do year after year. Kevin Eames, Sarah Johnson, Katie Lester, Roderick Charles, and Donald Thompson your assistance in sincerely appreciated.