A student reveals process in this display of his photographs.
Alexia Bernal ('15) gives new meaning to the term diptych.
Natalie Rafisiman ('15) uses humor to compose this portrait.
Natalia Rinder ('14) created this moody portrait for an on-location fashion shoot using strobe lighting techniques for the Lighting Studio Photography class.
Ruby Escobar ('14) captures the complexity of adolescence in this portrait.
Victor Delgado-Lopez ('14) combines painting with photography to create abstractions.
Xochitl Castillo ('14) uses ink in the darkroom to alter her images.
Alise Mongeon ('14) studies reflections.
Division St. by Tyler Sypher's ('14)
Paul Ulukpo ('13) offers an alternative view of the landscape
Kevin Colin ('14) brings a film noir sensibility to his photo of this building at night.
Christian Alvarez ('14) explores the landscape at night in this triptych.
Nomi Kadetz ('13) uses the materiality of the medium to present a fractured landscape.
A student works with a model in the Lighting Studio.
A student works in the darkroom.
Photography is one of three areas of study in Fine Arts. Taught by a faculty of active professional artists, students in Fine Arts delve into each of the core disciplines—Painting, Sculpture/New Genres, and Photography—before selecting one area to pursue in depth.
Focusing on a medium with a wide presence in popular culture, students in Photography gain technical and conceptual skills to analyze and make photographic works of art. Students learn analog and digital approaches to the medium, using digital and analog 35mm SLR cameras, medium- and large-format cameras, and scanners. Printing in traditional black-and-white, color, and digital forms is explored as well as mural prints, light-boxes and alternative processes, and a full set of skills in studio lighting and Photoshop.