Spring 2016 Semester at Sea Student Jeannie Sullivan explores The Hassan II Mosque or Grande Mosquée Hassan II in Casablanca, Morocco with her camera. It is the largest mosque in Morocco and the 13th largest in the world. Its minaret is the world’s tallest at 210 metres (689 ft).… Read More Student Spotlight: Jeanne Sullivan “Hassan II Mosque, Casablanca, Morroco”
Spring 2016 Semester at Sea photography student Samantha McCoy spent a day with the Anol Ewe people in Southeastern Ghana, Africa learning about music and dance and produced this piece for her final class project. See more SAS Photography projects on this blog and on youtube.
Phyllis Nabhan first attended CCSF in 1964, at the age of 17 (pictured left) graduating with an AA degree in Photography and then transferring to SF Sate to finish her BFA degree. She says that she and her friend Janet Silva were the first women in the CCSF Photography department and remembers attending guest lectures by photography luminaries… Read More Student Spotlight: Phyllis Nabhan, Since 1964
City College of San Francisco 2nd year photography and graphic communications student Berry Evans III shows us his sports photography and photo illustration project for CCSF’s men’s basketball team. Evans is currently a student in my Intermediate Photoshop class (P60B) but came to the class with a lot of self taught skills as he is… Read More Student Spotlight: Berry Evans III, Sports Photo-Illustration
Spring 2010 Beginning Photography, Assignment #2 Light & Shadow: The word “photography” literally means to draw, or mark with light. The point of this assignment was to intimately explore that. The student’s challenge was to evoke mood and interpret or tell a story via light and/or shadow. Many of these images will also be featured… Read More Student Spotlight: PH51 Light & Shadow Assignment