Circus, by Luis Zapata Agromeck Photo Editor Marisa Akers said: Luis’ photo, taken in downtown Raleigh during SparkCon, gave Technician readers a glimpse of student involvement in the local community, off campus. Because it was shot from an odd angle near the ground, different people and buildings are layered, filling the frame, and this creativity… Read more »
Bugfest, by Natalie Claunch Technician Photo Editor Sarah Tudor said: Natalie’s photo from Bugfest, which ran in the Technician Sept. 13, is a great example of getting a tight shot that still displays what is happening at the event. The boy in the photo is engaged with the bug, but you can also see that Whisnant has… Read more »
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Shotgun, by Kevin Cook Agromeck Photo Editor Marisa Akers said: Kevin’s photo, which ran in the Technician Sept. 7, was chosen because of Kevin’s ability to capture an exciting moment and convey emotion to the viewer. Tailgating is frequently seen as a vital part of the “college experience” and his work displays this event for readers of… Read more »
Salmonella, by Josh Bielick Technician Photo Editor Sarah Tudor said: Josh’s photo, which ran in the Technician Aug. 31, is an excellent example of taking initiative of a photo assignment that did not have a lot of direction. The focus of the photo is clearly the eggs, which is important, because the photo could have easily been… Read more »
Giving Blood, by Jordan Moore Agromeck Photo Editor Marisa Akers said: Jordan’s photo, which ran in the Technician Monday, Aug. 23, was chosen because of his interesting use of selective focus and low depth of field. Photographers have shot blood donation events over and over again, but Jordan thought about the photo from a different angle… Read more »