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.
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When I was in high school, I took a few darkroom photography classes, which is how I decided that I wanted to go to school for photography and, eventually, become a professional photographer. I’d had a passion for photography for … Continue reading →
We reached out to some of our alumni and asked them about their lives after RIT. Dan Hughes was gracious enough to answer our questions, here are his answers. What are you doing professionally? I am a Solutions Consultant for … Continue reading →
When we reached out to some of our alumni, we asked them some questions about their time during and after RIT. David Gallagher responded to our questions, here is what he shared with us. Why did you choose RIT? I … Continue reading →
Chuck Westfall is currently a Technical Advisor for Canon U.S.A.’s Imaging Technology & Communications Group (ITCG) We asked him some questions about his life after RIT, here is how he responded. SPAS: What are you doing professionally? I’ve had a marvelous … Continue reading →
Sarah Anne Ward is a professional photographer currently based in New York City specializing in food/drinks, soft-goods and product photography. We asked her some questions about her life as a photographer after RIT, here are her responses. SPAS: How has … Continue reading →