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Students showcase photos at North Ga. Tech
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North Georgia Technical College’s Photography Program will showcase graduating students’ work at 5 p.m. Tuesday July 31.

The reception is being held on the Clarkesville campus in the Visual Technology building. All 20 members of the 2012 class will display photographs including portraiture, landscape, product, fashion, children and wedding photography as well as graphic design and multimedia.

Each student has spent the last two years perfecting his or her craft and learning various techniques from instructors Jeff Gulle, Jim Loring and Ginger Moseley. With field trips to Stone Mountain, the Georgia Aquarium and local waterfalls, and even an opportunity to participate in a fashion shoot with a supermodel, students were given the chance to stretch their talents and techniques.

“The students always impress me with the quality and impact of their images and the depth of their creativity,” said Gulle.

Hundreds of pieces of fascinating photographic art will fill the NGTC Visual Tech lobby, hallways and studios. Each student will have framed art as well as printed portfolios.

For more information on the Commercial Photography program of study, contact Jeff Gulle, or Jim Loring,