The School of Photographic Arts and Sciences prepares students for a wide range of exciting careers in photography and the modern ever-changing field of imaging. Image making is taught through courses investigating methods and aesthetics required in pictorial and information-based images, videos, websites, and publications. Photography majors participate in a unique educational community, both in undergraduate and graduate studies. It is a community where students have the opportunity to work and study with our highly respected and accomplished faculty in state-of-the-art facilities with access to an unrivaled equipment lending resource called the Cage. For more than 100 years, #ritphoto has been dedicated to creative and professional enrichment, preparing students for distinguished careers as creative and innovative leaders.
Monthly Archives: September 2013
From Amelia Hugill-Fontanel, Assistant Curator of the Cary Collection For the past 15 years, the Cary Collection has been faithfully collecting the body of amazing photography books published by 21st Editions. These works are the epitome of the harmonious fusion … Continue reading
I started making pictures in the early 1990’s when I was in middle school. I was using a Nikon FM4, shooting b & w Ilford film, and printing in the darkroom. I was very inspired by fashion photography and would … Continue reading
From Michael Peres and Dr. Ralph Pennino, instructors for Surgical Photography In the fall of 2008, the Biomedical Photographic Communications program offered the first edition of a class entitled Surgical Photography. To our knowledge, no where else in the U.S. … Continue reading
It is now the beginning of the third week of our fall semester, something new for us as we used to be on the quarter system. We may now have a longer period for classes to run, but that is … Continue reading
When we reached out to some of our alumni, we asked them to talk about their lives after school. Chris Capozziello is currently working on a book, here’s what he shared with us about it: Ten years ago I graduated … Continue reading