I look forward to working with all of you this semester to make visually engaging, meaningful pictures. I hope that we will all have fun and learn to be better photographers.

This is a hybrid class. We will have an online synchronous class on:

Aug 31, Oct 19, Oct 26, Dec 7, Dec 14

We will meet in-person in Voorhees Hall, 186 Jay Street, V111 on:

Sept 14, Sept 21, Sept 28, Oct 5, Oct 12, Nov 2, Nov 9, Nov 16, Nov 23, Nov 30

In order to keep everyone safe, it is important to comply with CUNY’s policies on vaccination, masking and testing. Please make sure to read and understand the procedures before coming to campus. check your City Tech email for the latest information from the Chancellor.

We will use the following tools to share and communicate about our photos.

  • Zoom-Online class meetings will use Zoom. A meeting link was sent to your City Tech email. You can also find the link on Blackboard.
  • OpenLab-Course information, course content, and assignments will be on OpenLab. You will use Openlab to submit lab exercises and written homework. Please join this course. Instructions below.
  • Flickr-Photo homework will be submitted via Flickr. You will need a Flickr account. Please join the class group. You should have received an invitation to join. If not search for COMD 3330 Photography II HE 10 Fall 2021 and request to join.
    For each homework assignment, upload your work to Flickr and organize it in an album. Note that the metadata must be visible or the assignment will not be accepted.
  • Blackboard-Your grades will be here. You are responsible for checking your grades during the semester and bringing any mistakes to my attention.

Join this Course

Login to your OpenLab account to join this course. Follow these instructions if you need help joining this course.

If you’re new to the OpenLab, follow these instructions to create an account and then join the course.

Remember that your username and display name can be pseudonyms, rather than your real name. Your avatar does not need to be a picture of your face–just something that identifies you on the OpenLab.


If you have any questions, please reach out via email or in Office Hours.