Critique and Working Hard

Panoramic view of the photography room with everyone's work on the walls.
Panoramic view of the photography room with everyone’s work on the walls.
Rafik Greiss with one of his prints from the "Establishing Your View of NYC" project.
Rafik Greiss with one of his prints from the “Establishing Your View of NYC” project.

Hi family, friends, and readers! My name is Sydney and I will be writing the blog post for today! Firstly, today was a stressful, yet simple day. To start, all of the students arrived at open lab at 10:00 a.m. We all worked very hard to finish our “Establishing your view of New York City” projects which consists of 10 prints. We worked in the darkroom until 1:00, and then we hung up our pictures on the wall and went to lunch. After lunch, we all returned to Tisch and began to critique each other’s work. We all helped each other by saying constructive criticism to allow us all to develop stronger images and ideas in the future. Everyone seemed to be very content and proud of their projects. We ended class at around 5:30, leaving us time for a free night! In conclusion, we all had a very long and packed week and are now glad to be finished completely with our projects!

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