The 7th film festival laurel on the Blue & Gold Marching Machine poster, the documentary by my 2019 photojournalism class. It is also the biggest two festivals my students work has been accepted to, Indie Grits and Riverrun, as well as winning best documentary at Cape Fear Independent Film Festival.
I spent mt Saturday at work, grading and final prepping the 2020 photojournalism class documentary for film festival entries.
Newspaper layout lab, learning about news meetings and deciding on resources.
then picture choices and advocating for photos, a fun lab!
PJ I clip contest lab using analog clips!
before the break
students were shooting with ProFoto lights and learning the difference between flash duration and flash sync, I just used fast shutter speeds.
Day two of drone training, today with PJ class
After the class, we all had a picnic lunch at the RCC Fall Fling, then Zoe challenged me to race up the rock climbing wall
She beat me…. twice. Photos by Lindsay K.
My students start editing their first mini-documentary!
Video interview lighting demo.
Welcome home! It was great to have Becca back in the classroom, now a staff photographer at the Toledo Blade, Becca gave up a day of her vacation to talk to my class and hang out.
I took my Photojournalism I class to the fire training center.
firefighters were working on there aircraft state certification, as always, a lot of hurry up and wait, but they always treat us well!
Kevin says hi to the first year students.
Should I climb this fence to find a human? Of course!
This year’s documentary is going to be on a 12 year world champion bull rider (if the class agrees to do it) after a month of chasing this idea, I finally just showed up and walked in to ask.