Here are the highlights from the women graduates photo shoot in Victor, Idaho at the picturesque Sky Mountain Lodge overlooking the Teton Basin. The students did a masterful job of capturing these beautiful models in their element. I hope you enjoy the highlights of the girls!
We had a great time on our first class photo excursion for Comm 316 shooting graduates/senior portraits with these 11 High School and College students at the Sky Mountain Lodge near Victor, Idaho. I was very pleased with the results of this photo shoot. The students did a great job, and it is easy to see why they are already getting many clients of their own. That is why the Comm 316 Professional Imaging class is so fun! This is exceptional work. I hope you enjoy these highlights of the male portraits.
A few of our graduates paired up with their siblings and best friends for these small group shots. Enjoy the amazing photography of the BYU-Idaho Comm 316 Professional Imaging students.
At then end of our Senior/Graduate photoshoot, the grads grouped together for some fun exchanges and showed their personalities! The photographers in the Comm 316 Professional Imaging class did an excellent job with the sunset lighting to wrap up a great session at the Sky Mountain Lodge in Victor, Idaho.
Here are some highlights from the light paintings from our first Professional Imaging photo excursion. The students took these image in and around the Sky Mountain Lodge in Victor, Idaho. Thanks to a generous donor who allows classes to use this beautiful lodge in a breathtaking mountain setting with a stunning view of the Tetons.
The Spring semester Comm 316 students created some masterpiece light paintings both Indoors and Outdoors. Some were taken during ” blue hour” right after sunset and others were taken once the sky was filled with stars. the indoor light paintings were well executed and show advanced chiarascuro lighting techniques. The skill level is incredible with this class. Nice work, everyone! I see some amazing fine art prints here!
I am so proud of the way this Spring 2013 semester class created such amazing Movie Posters to introduce themselves to the class. Students were required to take a self-portrait and make themselves the main character in a movie. This project involves some great photography and image editing skills. Here are some of the highlights.
We met for our final class to give out some awards for an amazing semester. Most of our class time together was spent on three weekend photo excursions. We also held a portfolio reception and an opening and closing ceremony. Thanks to all these students who worked so hard to complete all these things in one amazing semester.
1. Five portrait sessions
2. Six creative projects
3. Five marketing assignments
4. Complete a full-on professional website, complete with an functioning estore
Here are the awards I gave out yesterday, along with a link to each student website:
I challenged the Pro Imaging students to post the photos they have taken that were NOT required this semester.. just for the love of photography. So several participated and posted some images from each excursion and some not taken on a class excursion to demonstrate what they like to shoot on their own, without a class assignment. Here are some highlights from those who participated: Austin Shurtliff, AJ Buruca, Chantelle Zenger, and a partial from Tim Wood and Kate Anderson.
As a way to “give back” to others, the students in this Professional Imaging class each selected a way to donate their photography skills to help someone else. I was very touched by the many acts of service and I am now more inspired to do the same. Then we all feel like “paying if forward” and these simple acts of service can have a far-reaching effect to bless many lives. Here are a few of the many inspiring stories…