Category Archives: Student

Shooting College Sports on a College Budget – by Tim Bradbury

Arizona Overhead Remote

Los Angeles-based photographer and senior at UCLA Tim Bradbury writes about his experience on shooting sports on a college budget.

USA vs. Mexico (Dos a Cero) – by Nate Smallwood

USA vs Mexico

Ohio University photojournalism student Nate Smallwood shares photos of the USA vs. Mexico World Cup qualifying game in Columbus, OH.

Best of 2012: A Selection of Fine Photography from Last Year’s NYFA Students

Man in the Alley

Z.A. Iddon shares a selection of the best photos of last year’s New York Film Academy students.

US Fencing Summer Nationals 2013 – by Brien Vincent

US Fencing

Athens, OH-based photojournalism student and freelance photographer Brien Vincent covered the US Fencing Summer Nationals in Columbus, OH.

LUCEO Announces 2013 LUCEO Student Project Award

LUCEO Student Project Award

The Photo Brigade has partnered with LUCEO to sponsor the 2013 LUCEO Student Project Award.

Winona Pool and Billiards Club – by Joe Ahlquist

Winona Pool and Billiards Club

Minnesota-based photojournalism student Joe Ahlquist shot a story at the Winona Pool and Billiards Club for a class assignment.

Joe’s Barbershop on 5th Street – by Joe Ahlquist

Barbershop

Minnesota-based photojournalism student Joe Ahlquist shares photos of a little barbershop in Winona, MN.

Starting Film School – by Ryan Butler

Ryan Butler

Photo Brigade will be following the progress of first-year film student Ryan Butler who is midway through his first semester at Fanshawe College in London, Ontario.

10 Tips for Photojournalism Students: How to Succeed Visually and Financially – by Daniel Reimold

lecture

College Journalism Scholar Daniel Reimold, PhD, wrote an article with the 10 tips photojournalist Al Diaz gave to students during his lecture at the Society of Professional Journalists Region 3 Conference.

Growing Up Lost in Appalachia – by Ian C. Bates

Appalachian Teenagers

Ohio University sophomore Ian C. Bates photographed the day-to-day struggles and happenings in the lives of Appalachian teenagers.