Professor Sandra Cheng
Office: Namm 602B
Office Hours: Tu/Th 9-10 am or
Office Tel: 718-260-5003
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I-phoneography is it photography or art in its own form? Can it or will be, that is the question. It is very difficult to say but, now through the digital age of photography, it has been much easier to develop and manipulate photos. … Continue reading
“Gonz & Crankers” – Giovanni Reda Much people never figure or percieve skateboarding to be considered a fine art; but, yet indeed it is! Its a form of self-expression, where extraordinary gravity defying talents are met with blood, sweat and … Continue reading
New Zealand native Chris McLennan has been a professional photographer for over 20 years. Developing stunning images for his numerous international clients; ranging from, travel, culture, landscapes, adventure, wildlife, hotel & resort, spa and food. Skipping across time zones hopping … Continue reading
An acquittance and close friend Alberto Vargas an aspiring photographer takes the photography world by storm. At only 19 years of age Alberto Vargas has exhibited photos in Lower Manhattan galleries and traveled the world on photo shoots with commercial … Continue reading
“Capturing mouth-watering food images for the advertising, editorial and commercial photography market.”
Iris Richardson a food photographer who started her culinary career as a chef apprentice in Germany. She currently resides just outside Philadelphia, shooting photos of what she loves, food. Iris shoots absolutely enticing photos that will grab anyone to their … Continue reading