1950sAug. 4, 2011
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Leonard Pimental ’50, ’77 (CIAS) credits the education he received at RIT for the many career opportunities he experienced, including being chief medical photographer at Baxter Laboratories in Chicago, working with research scientists at the National Institutes of Health, working within the U.S. Department of Defense and providing specialized photographic engineering expertise to the Army Map Service Corps of Engineers. Later, he became the senior technologist in the U.S. Department of Defense Mapping Agency until his retirement from the U.S. government in 1983. Since then, Pimental has worked as a consultant to businesses, international organizations and U.S. government agencies.
Richard Zakia ’56 (CIAS) writes, “Photographic Composition, A Visual Guide, by Richard D. Zakia and David A. Page ’66 (CIAS) is now available. The cover is by Pete Turner ’56 (CIAS) and there are photographs in the book from 12 additional alumni. It is a basic book showing, by numerous examples, how to improve your photographs by following well-proven guides. The book is dedicated to C.B. Neblette, former director and dean.”
Paul Stevelman ’59 (CIAS) requests anyone from his class to get in touch with him at email@example.com.