Randolph Community College Photographic Technology Graduation Recognition Ceremony 2009
RCC's photography students graduate at the end of their second summer semester, different from all other concentrations. So, we get our own ceremony. We don't actually get our diplomas until later, hence the title "recognition ceremony" instead of simply "graduation."
I am now a college graduate with an AAS (Associates in Applied Sciences) in BioCommunication/BioMedical Photography and an AAS in Commercial Photography.
Nikon Pre-Ai 50mm f/1.4 lens
Kodak T-Max 400 (800 push) 35mm film
Kodak D-76 developer
-20ºC - 8min