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Rochester Institute of Technology
I am a student studying Photography in Rochester, New York; proclaimed the imaging capital of the world, Rochester is home to Kodak, Xerox, and the Visual Studies Workshop. As a student at RIT, the importance of a strong technical background in photography has been stressed to me, while also being allowed to develop as an artist using technical proficiency.
I am a student studying Photography in Rochester, New York; proclaimed the imaging capital of the world, Rochester is home to Kodak, Xerox, and the Visual Studies Workshop. As a student at RIT, the importance of a strong technical background in photography has been stressed to me,
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I am a second year photography student at the Rochester Institute of Technology, and have been photographing for almost five years. As a student I have been taught the technical foundations of photography to promote a higher understanding of the art form. All first year students are required to take "Materials and Processes of Photography" a course which covers the latest photographic technology and how it relates to the artist; in addition all students are required to take "Western Art & Architecture" and "History and Aesthetics of Photography" courses which run for a year each; these courses provide a deeper foundation in understanding art, and allow students to develop influences both within and outside of the photographic medium. This past April I was part of a group of fifty students requested to assist a group of ten magnum photographers who came to Rochester to document the city after the decline of Kodak.