Photography Class Presents Projects To School Board - News - Benton Evening News - Benton, Il - Bent

26, 2015 at 7:36 AM Benton Grade School 5-8 teacher Brian Crisp brought four of his photography students to the district school board meeting on Tuesday night to show off their work and talent. Photography student Devon Despotopulos showed the board what kind of digital cameras the class uses, and explained how they can be used, even in the cold and heat. You can do anything you want with a camera, Despotopulos said. Brad Hammond, Dylan McClerren and Brady Gischer presented class portfolios and examples of student photography assignments. If you would like to read more: http://www.bentoneveningnews.com/article/20150226/NEWS/150229510/-1/news





Photography of FRFF film featured at WCHS - Winona Post > Article





Famously known for housing the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), this facility is also home to the AEgIS experiment and the ATLAS Detector, one of the world's largest digital cameras. The scientists there use a variety of photographic technologies, from a cutting-edge 100-megapixel sensor that captures 600 million pictures per second, to antimatter experiments that use traditional photo emulsion to track particles. CERN even has an artist in residence program, showcasing outsider perspectives on the scientific world. These are all captured in this fifth and final installment of The Invisible Photograph film series from the Carnegie Museum of Art (CMOA) and Hillman Photography Initiative, which seek to reveal the hidden aspects of images whether obscured, lost or forgotten. If you would like to read more: http://www.engadget.com/2015/02/27/subatomic-cern-film/?ncid=rss_truncated





Photography and the subatomic world collide in a new documentary





The reception will be on Friday, February 20, from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. In 2014 Sacha shot the video for a team project for the Guardian US that won the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service, a National Emmy for New Approaches to News and Documentary Programming. BlindSight, a documentary short about a group of blind photographers that he directed and shot, produced with Kate Emerson, had its world premiere at DOCNYC, the countrys largest documentary festival. You can see it this Friday at the History Center and at the Frozen River Film Festival over the weekend. If you would like to read more: http://www.winonapost.com/Article/ArticleID/42865/Photography-of-FRFF-film-featured-at-WCHS