Photojournalism

Documentary selected for film festival

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The Photojournalism class documentary, “Blue & Gold Marching Machine” on the A&T marching band is an official selection for the 2019 Longleaf Film Festival in Raleigh on May 10 and 11. Our film will be shown on Friday night, May 10, at 8:30pm

Allison Lee Isley wins MNCC Photographer of the Year

August 4 Bowman Gray Racing

Bryce Nixon, 17, and his father Lee Nixon cheer for Street Stock driver Spencer Martin in the 20-lap Street Stock race Saturday, Aug. 4, 2018, at Bowman Gray Stadium in Winston-Salem, N.C.

Allison Lee Isley

Three photojournalism grads finish in the top 10 of the National Press Photographers Association’s Southeast Region Monthly News Clip Contest. Each month photographers submit published images and points are awarded each month. Allison, a 2016 graduate and staffer at the Winston-Salem Journal, beat John Spink from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution by 130 points.

Southeast Guilford vs Matthews Weddington

Khadejeh Nikouyeh

Khadejeh, a 2018 graduate and staffer at the Greensboro News & Record finished 6th, but only participated for half the year during her internship at the paper and then when she was hired in August.

Melissa Gerrits, a 2011 graduate and Fayetteville Observer staffer finished 10th.

Photojournalism Documentary Selected for Film Festival

Photos in Colorado

To Watch Trailer

Bicycle racers crisscross North Carolina from September to January racing bikes in a sport known as Cyclo-Cross. Originating in France in the early 1900s, racers compete on a short course, with multiple laps through parks, fields, woods, mud, rain and snow.

The class used Nikon and Canon dSLR cameras, Sony mirrorless cameras, Canon cinema cameras, GoPro point of view cameras, a drone and even an iPhone to capture the action.