Monthly Archives: November 2017

Faculty News: Professor Roberley Bell exhibits and publishes New Book

Still Visible After Gezi – part of the exhibition Wanderlust, University of Buffalo Galleries, & Do you know this tree? Visual Studies Workshop Press (2017). by Roberley Bell  Professor Fine Art In 2010, as a Fulbright scholar,  I lived in … Continue reading

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Student Feature: Traci Westcott

We love sharing stories about our talented and dedicated students. Traci Westcott shared her experiences at RITphoto below. Bio I’m a 3rd year photojournalism major from Brockport, N.Y. From as young as I can remember I saw the world differently … Continue reading

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RITphoto First Year Classes Supply List

The School receives a number of inquiries each year about what equipment is necessary for first classes. We produced this short video to overview these important pieces of equipment. If you have additional questions, please email us at: spastour@rit.edu  

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Student Feature: Leah Meltser

I was born and raised in Bucks County, PA. Growing up art surrounded me everywhere.  I made my way up to Rochester and I am currently a third year biomedical photography student. Why did you choose RIT? In high school, … Continue reading

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RITphoto News: RIT makes a splash at Eddie Adams Workshop

RIT PJ Students and Alum at the Eddie Adams Workshop by William Snyder Five members of the RIT photojournalism family—including current fourth-year students and two alumni—recently returned from The Eddie Adams Workshop. The workshop is a highly competitive, free, four-day … Continue reading

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Student Feature: Santiago Zurbia Flores Otero

Every day, we are genuinely surprised with how terrific RITphoto students are. Bio: I was born in Mexico and grew up in Cancun. I lived in Cancun for 19 years until I came to RIT. Cancun is not the paradise … Continue reading

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#ritphotocontest2017

News: RITphoto Prize 2017 Winners Announced by Dan Hughes The #ritphotoprize2017 was a success for the 4th time this annual photography contest was held. It aims to discover, support, and promote the next generation of image makers. Open to all … Continue reading

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From the Classroom: The Role of the Slit-Scan Image in Science and Art

The Role of the Slit-Scan Image in Science and Art by Ted Kinsman The use of slit-scan photography is actually quite old. It is often called line-scan, photo finish, or streak photography. Slit scan photography has a rich and colorful … Continue reading

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Student Feature: Jhadé Benitez

Jhadé Benitez was born and raised in Rochester, New York where he graduated from Joseph C. Wilson Magnet High School in 2014. He is a fourth-year advertising photography student at the Rochester Institute of Technology and began working with photography … Continue reading

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