My PJ class’s documentary on the A&T Marching Band was shown at the Longleaf Film Festival in Raleigh. We even had a prime viewing on the plaza Friday night.
Students sign the poster.
The team, student producers and instructors.
Students take questions during the Q&A after the viewing.
The last class (not counting internships) of the 2019 Photojournalism class with the poster of their KICK ASS documentary film!
Nikon ambassador Stacy Pearsall visited RCC today, she started with asking my PJII students where they wanted to go!
Then did a lighting workshop
She is very funny!
and a picture of me a student did under her direction.
A really big print… I am still so proud of the work the class did last year on the first documentary by my students!
Nice to see Jen back in the edit suite, A&T band documentary still coming along!
PJ II lab, newspaper layout, understanding the parts of a newspaper, budget meetings and when to send a photographer to an assignment.
Documentary editing! I love it when my adjunct gets her first look and says this is going to be great! So many hours of footage, so many hours of editing to do!
A big thank you to Bryan Cereijo for giving an awesome and motivational talk to my class about his experience with documentaries at UNC. He even took the time to give some very thoughtful and constructive feedback on our class documentary.
I was checking the students out on the new Nikon SU-800 Commanders and couldn’t find a good video, so we did a live demo instead.
Today’s lab. Over powering the sun with small strobes in portraits.