Gallery: Photojournalism students learn night photography

On Sunday December 16, photojournalism students huddled at the corner of Jefferson and 6th street in Downtown Louisville, to learn about night photography.

The outing was organized by Ms. Palmer to teach students about taking digital photos in the dark and how to use equipment, such as tripods.

 

Photo Editor Yazmin Martinez searches for the perfect angle as the sun sets on the Ohio River.
Photo Editor Yazmin Martinez searches for the perfect angle as the sun sets on the Ohio River.
Mai Le Nguyen (11) finds an alternative to using a tripod as a support, and captures the sunset horizon along the Ohio River.
Mai Le Nguyen (11) finds an alternative to using a tripod as a support, and captures the sunset horizon along the Ohio River.
Ms. Palmer hands the heavy 70-200 mm lens to Olivia Word outside in below freezing point weather.
Ms. Palmer hands the heavy 70-200 mm lens to Olivia Word outside in below freezing point weather.
Kelsi White (12) and Clara Lewis (12) discuss lens preferences while upgrading their camera equipment.
Kelsi White (12) and Clara Lewis (12) discuss lens preferences while upgrading their camera equipment.
Along with their cameras, students carried heavy equipment such as lenses and tripods.
Along with their cameras, students carried heavy equipment such as lenses and tripods.
Photojournlism students and teacher Ms. Palmer wander the streets of Downtown Louisville, preparing for sunset.
Photojournlism students and teacher Ms. Palmer wander the streets of Downtown Louisville, preparing for sunset.

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Noelle Pouzar is currently design editor for One Blue Wall. She also takes photojournalism and is a Marketing Intern at Herff Jones Yearbooks.