Author: rccphotoschool

About rccphotoschool

Randolph Community College has worked for 50 years to develop a state-of-the-art, two year photographic curriculum that now attracts students from across the country and the world. Boasting a multi-million dollar, 37,000-square-foot photographic education facility and five full-time faculty/staff and three adjunct instructors, we serve up to 140 students annually. Encompassing the latest digital and multimedia technology, our curriculum builds from a foundation of traditional film and darkroom techniques. Our students enjoy nationwide, hands-on internship opportunities which can lead to careers in a variety of professional disciplines. After completing their foundation year students choose a second year in one of three concentrations areas: Portrait Studio Management, Photojournalism, and Commercial Photography. Our national reputation for excellence and value have been earned by a commitment to the very best in photographic education.

Documentary at Riverrun!

Excited to announce the 2019 Photojournalism documentary has been selected for the 2020 Riverrun International Film Festival!

Upcoming screenings for the film at film festivals!

Indie GritsFilm Festival in Columbia, SC on March 28 at 2:00pm

George Washington University Film Festival in Washington D.C. on April 4

Riverrun International Film Festival in Winston-Salem on March 28 at 4:30pm and April 3 at 3pm

Watch the trailer here:

Regional Clip Contest Photographer of the Year

Congrats to graduate Allison Lee Isley for winning the National Press Photographer Association’s Southeast Regional Monthly Clip Contest Photographer of the Year honors!

Jakay William Ervin, Sr., a Korean War veteran who served in the U.S. Marine Corps, explains how Marines got the name “Jarheads” by demonstrating how they would place their hats on top of their heads sideways and “screw them in place” so the bill faces forward. Photo by Allison Lee Isley