Monthly Archives: April 2016

Faculty Feature – Josh Thorson

Josh Thorson is an assistant professor of fine art photography in the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences. He joined the full-time faculty in the fall 2015. He works with video and his projects straddle the line between fiction and … Continue reading

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A Student’s Point of View – the Photo Technology Class

The #RITphoto Blog would like to introduce Hannah Kulp. Hannah is a second year student at RIT and is an avid lover of the arts, science, and everything in between. Hannah is working on a degree in the School of … Continue reading

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#RITPhoto student Jackie Molloy and the New York Times Portfolio Review

photo by Sarah Sampson How I was selected The New York Times Portfolio Review is a free portfolio review that is,” An opportunity for people in the photographic community to meet, trade ideas, help each other- and have fun.”  I … Continue reading

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From the Classroom: the Collaborative Composite Image

#RITphoto is excited to share a post created by one of our students, Amber Estherpeace Doerr You can see more of Amber’s work on this link What is the Collaborative Composite Image? Composite is a term used to describe a … Continue reading

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Student Feature – Jackie Spaventa

Bio: Jackie Spaventa is a third year Fine Art Photography student who is also studying art history, gender studies, and visual culture. She was born in the suburbs of Harrington Park ,New Jersey and initially came to RIT to study … Continue reading

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Sony Visits RIT Photography

March 2016 Representatives from Sony recently visited #ritphoto to showcase camera gear for still and moving images, and related equipment. Students and faculty from the Photo School and the School of Film and Animation had the opportunity to get their … Continue reading

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