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Art of Photography (part 33)

Monday, August 15th, 2016
Drone photography, sunflower maze (Camillus, NY)

Drone photography at a sunflower maze (Camillus, NY)

When will SU get a Hip Hop Fellow?

Thursday, March 24th, 2016
Harry Allen, writer, photographer and hip hop historian completed a two-day residence at Syracuse University and ended it by showing some of his vintage Golden Era pictures at Waston Theater last night.

Harry Allen, writer, photographer and hip hop historian completed a two-day residence at Syracuse University and ended it by showing some of his vintage Golden Era pictures at Waston Theater last night.

Art of Photography (part 28)

Friday, February 26th, 2016
Photographers can make the best subjects

Who said photographers don’t make great subjects

Art of Photography (part 27)

Friday, December 4th, 2015
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Moments of Clarity

Dakaro Edwards and Rickey Brown

Ms. Weems goes to Washington

Monday, September 21st, 2015

Selfies Are Always A Good Sign

Friday, September 18th, 2015
Runway, Syracuse Style Event (Armory Square)

Runway, Syracuse Style Event (Armory Square)

Art of Photography (part 23)

Thursday, July 16th, 2015
For this 33rd edition of the Art of Photography we give you a throwback from the 2009 Jazz Festival. Here a fan snaps a picture of Kenny G as he signs autographs. Check the flip phone and the steady hand. The 33rd Annual Jazz Fest kicks off tomorrow at OCC.

Here’s a throwback from the 2009 Jazz Festival.  A fan snaps a picture of Kenny G as he signs autographs. Check out the flip phone and steady hand.   The 33rd Annual Jazz Fest kicks off tomorrow at OCC. We’ll post photos as they become available.

Art of Photography (part 21): Portrait Evolving

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015

We have been on the look out for Professor Charisse L’Pree,Ph.D. since we heard she took over the (Media) Race and Conversation series at SU. Her areas of expertise include persuasive communications and media psychology.

L’Pree’s presentation on “The #Healthyselfie” was a crowd pleaser at TEDx Syracuse University back in April.

A selfie is still a selfie, even if you don’t share it or post in on social media, she says, because in our hyper-connected world we use them to encode our memories and document our lives.

We look forward to L’Pree’s forthcoming selfie book, The Media Made Me Crazy. Beyond her academic pursuits, maybe she’ll launch a reality series called the “Charisse Chronicles,” or “Keeping up with L’Pree” to continue the psychoanalysis of our selfie obsession.

The Big Picture

Friday, May 15th, 2015

Thanks to SHAZOW! Media and Syracuseinfo Pages for hooking us up with Syracuse Posters at Destiny USA.

The Art of Photography (part 19)

Monday, April 27th, 2015
Earth Fest, Thornden Park

Earth Fest, Thornden Park

Photo Booth, Red Bull Tent  (Walnut Park)

Photo Booth, Red Bull Tent (Walnut Park)