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Mardi Gras – Asheville

©2017 Kimberly Higgins I’ve never been to Asheville’s Mardi Gras Parade,  but I attended this year and what a great event to get some cool shots for Katy Cook’s Portfolio Development Class!

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Wildcard Assignment – Photo by Gail Higgins

©2017 Gail Higgins

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Alexis Yelton submitted this image for Katy Cook’s Portfolio Development Class.

©2017 Alexis Yelton  

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Linda Carter submitted this image for Katy Cook’s Portfolio Development Class

© 2017 Linda Carter  

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Wildcard Assignment – Christopher Jayne

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The McDowell Tech Advertising & Graphic Design program will have a Student Art Show during the month of February at MACA (McDowell Arts Council) in downtown Marion, NC. The reception will be Wednesday, February 8 from 5:00-7:00 pm. There will … Continue reading

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Commercial Photography Photo Shoot

  Second year photography student, Alexis Yelton, works with Ana Martinez while shooting an assignment for a Commercial Photography assignment at McDowell Tech.

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2017 Snow Storm Assignment

©2017 Gail Higgins First-year photography student, Gail Higgins’ photograph for the Winter Storm assignment in the Intermediate Photography class at MTCC.  

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McDowell High School Visit

Photography instructor Blake Madden paid a visit to McDowell High School to speak with Myra Morgan’s graphic design students about photography. Here, Madden explains the technique to one of the classes during a demonstration on how to light portraits, in … Continue reading

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Slow Shutter Speed

©2016 Araya Hansen First-year students in the Fundamentals Class practiced using slow shutter speed techniques to show motion. This photograph was taken at 1/2 second, f/11, 100 ISO.

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