3/25/2015

New Work: Digital Photography 2 & Advanced Photography

What a fantastic semester it has been so far!  With two Digital Photography 2 classes and one Advanced Photography class, the outpouring of work has been phenomenal!!  The images that our students have been producing are creative, technically superior, and....well, just really fantastic photography!  See for yourself!

(Be on the lookout for the first post of the semester from Digital Photography 1 students later next week!)


 Brooke Province, junior          Digital Photography 2, Colorization Project



 Rylan Prieb, junior          Advanced Photography, Transportation Concentration



 Alex Gourlay, senior          Advanced Photography, Digital Manipulation Concentration



 Hayley Henry, junior          Digital Photography 2, Abstract Project



 Isabella Carazzai, junior          Digital Photography 2, Low Light Project



 Hannah Garrard, junior          Digital Photography 2, HDR Project



 Mirsa Campos, junior          Digital Photography 2, Digital Manipulation Project



 Christina Morrissey, senior          Advanced Photography, HDR Concentration



 Vanessa Sastoque, senior          Advanced Photography, HDR Concentration



 Samantha Cabrera, junior          Digital Photography 2, Low Light Project



 Jett Terrill, sophomore          Digital Photography 2, Alternative Photographic Process Project



 Emily Anderson, sophomore          Digital Photography 2, Letters & Numbers Project



 Jasmine Lang, sophomore          Digital Photography 2, Nature Project



 Dakota Bean, junior          Digital Photography 2, Nature Project



 Molly Taggart, senior          Advanced Photography, Black & White Concentration



Abel Zavala, sophomore          Digital Photography 2, Letters & Numbers Project


2 comments:

Anonymous said...

These pictures are great. You can tell the students put thought and skills into their work. What I really like is they are all so different. Good work.

Donna said...

Came across this work when I was googling some examples for photograms. Outstanding work! I am a fellow high school art teacher. Thanks for sharing!