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All posts tagged "photography"
Opinion | A little button, The Mona Lisa and Kendrick Lamar
I hate my work almost as much as the industry. It feels every photo I take regresses my experience as a photographer. Every photo I take, and subsequently ask about, I hear the same response: “Hey, great...
- Posted February 27, 2018
Professor’s Photography on Display at Albert Schweitzer Institute
Biomedical Science Professor Lisa Cuchara has two photographs on display at the Albert Schweitzer Institute. The pieces can be found in the “Beauty and Wonder of Nature” Art Exhibit. Her work, the Great Blue Herons Courting and...
- Posted April 30, 2014
Photography is no longer just a job
It seems like everyone these days has a camera with them. Whether its a cell phone or an actual camera, people can always be ready to take a picture at a moments notice. With the emergence of...
- Posted March 5, 2014