First year students clean the department from top to bottom for the next class and set up the 2nd year studio for our Graduation Recognition on July 23 at 10am.
Randolph Community College’s 2015 Portrait Studio Management graduates are inviting the public to view their final portfolios at the school July 22-24.
The portfolios will be available for viewing in the 2nd-year portrait bays in the Photography Imaging Center on the Asheboro Campus from 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Wednesday and Thursday, July 22 and 23, and 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on Friday, July 24.
Portfolios from the following students will be on display (all hometowns are North Carolina unless otherwise indicated): Robert Chou, Greensboro; Jordyn Cimbura, Lumber Bridge; Kevin Glaser, Fayetteville; Chelsea Jothen, Franklinville; Jessica Martin, Winston-Salem; Elizabeth Moore, High Point; Tiffany Myers, Thomasville; Andrea Porter, Ballentine, S.C.; Marcella Storie, Asheboro; Sean Szitas, Greensboro; Julia (Nikki) Whitt, Powellsville.
RCC’s nationally known Photographic Technology program offers three concentrations: Commercial Photography, Photojournalism, and Portrait Studio Management. For more information on the programs, visit http://www.randolph.edu/photo.
RCC’s Asheboro Campus is located at 629 Industrial Park Avenue.
The total lunar eclipse early Wednesday, Oct. 8, just before sunrise.
The moon appeared coppery red, called a “blood” moon, because of the sunsets and sunrises reflecting on the lunar surface.
During the eclipse, although it’s in the shadow of Earth, a bit of reddish sunlight still reaches the moon.
RCC photojournalism students (and one commercial student) headed out into the darkness to photograph the event.
The series above was from 5:15am till total eclipse around 6:18am when clouds covered the moon.