Student projects created in Photography I & II and yearbook classes from the 2019-2020 school year. These classes are taught by Mrs. Kendra Brodsky, who also serves as the yearbook advisor.
The study of photography focuses on the history, technical skills, and aesthetics of photographic media and post-production. Students use school-provided DSLRs and film cameras to gain familiarity with both digital and analog film photography. Utilizing studio-lighting equipment and a state-of-the-art darkroom, students discover the process of image-making both in-camera, as well as after they press the shutter button. Through the use of Adobe applications such as Lightroom and Photoshop for photo-manipulation and retouching, all students learn real-world techniques for ensuring their creative vision comes to life.