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!
All the second year photography students went on a field trip to visit the Photo Vision exhibit at the Ackland Museum on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The exhibit features photographs from the museum's collection, split into several themes, including Photography and Multiplicity, Sacred Spaces, Process and Product, Staging the Image and A Daisy Chain.
Professional Portraiture I – Open-ish Assignment – Photo by RCC student Jessica Martin
Each week RCC’s 2nd year Portrait students are given a variety of assignments. Many of the assignments are technical in nature and designed to reinforce fundamental portrait photography skills and concepts. Other assignments are related to the business and workflow of a portrait studio. This assignment is their first full, studio portrait assignment. It’s a fairly open, creative assignment…with a few strict posing, lighting and submission requirements hence the name “open-ish”.
Photojournalism I - Football - Photo by Caleb Smallwood
Photojournalism I students are assigned weekly sports assignments in the Fall semester, including football, soccer and unconventional competitions.
Photojournalism I - A Photo A Day Project. Photo by Cate Gordon.
Each Fall semester the Photojournalism I students are given an assignment called, "A Photo A Day" and are graded weekly on their images. Some weeks are themed and some weeks are just about exploring their vision and using their cameras. Here are the links to this year's class: