Profits from this project go to the Randolph Community College Foundation for Photography student scholarships.
For more information about the RCC Foundation, visit http://www.randolphccfoundation.org/ .
About the AuthorRCC Dept of Photographic Technology
rccbiocom Asheboro, NC
Randolph Community College has worked for over 44 years to develop a state-of-the-art, two year photographic curriculum that now attracts students from across the country and the world. Boasting a multimillion dollar, 35,000-square-foot photographic education facility and seven full-time faculty/staff members, we serve over 140 students annually. Encompassing the latest digital and multimedia technology, our curriculum builds from a foundation of traditional film and darkroom techniques. Our students enjoy nationwide, hands-on internship opportunities which can lead to careers in a variety of professional disciplines. Our national reputation for excellence and value have been earned by a commitment to the very best in photographic education.
Publish Date November 18, 2011
Category Arts & Photography
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