New Work: Digital Photography 2 & Media Technology

Wow!  Just...WOW!!

What an incredibly strong start to the semester!!  Two Digital Photography 2 classes and the students in the year-long Media Technology class just completed their first critique of the semester and (Holy Smokes!) did they create some fantastic photography!!

See for yourself below!!!

(and remember...you can always click on the images to view them at a larger resolution.)

 Hannah Bronaugh, senior          Media Technology, Digital Manipulation concentration

 Octavion Johnson, senior          Media Technology, Color concentration

 Vanessa Hogg, senior          Media Technology, HDR concentration

 Justin Judy, senior          Digital Photography 2, Nature project

 Aly Rumbley, junior          Digital Photography 2, Low Light project

 Aaron Rak, senior          Digital Photography 2, HDR project

 Madison Meseke, senior          Media Technology, Portraits concentration

 Andrea Pagan, junior          Digital Photography 2, HDR project

 Kija Kahre, sophomore          Digital Photography 2, Low Light project

 Chris Ellis, junior          Digital Photography 2, Abstract project

 Grace Cole, senior          Media Technology, Portraits concentration

 Kiela Griffus, junior          Digital Photography 2, Low Light project

 Madison Stratman, sophomore          Digital Photography 2, Letters & Numbers project

 Jasmine Lang, senior          Media Technology, Nature concentration

 Riley Zook, sophomore          Digital Photography 2, Self Portrait project

 Austin Ferguson, senior          Digital Photography 2, Abstract project

 Sierra White, senior          Media Technology, Landscapes concentration

Will Noble, senior          Digital Photography 2, HDR project

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