Pulitzer Prize-Winning Photographer Passes Torch to High School Students
RIT Professor William Snyder to lead photojournalism workshop
July 19, 2011
by Kevin Fuller
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Four-time Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer and Rochester Institute of Technology professor William Snyder is hosting a weeklong photojournalism workshop at RIT for high school students.
Students will gain valuable experience from one of the leading photojournalists and editors in the industry. The workshop includes daily lectures, critiques, demos and daily assignments in basic photojournalistic skills and visual storytelling.
The workshop runs July 18 through July 22.
WHEN: July 18 through July 22
WHERE: Frank E. Gannett Hall, room 3140. However, students will be wandering the campus taking photographs.
WHO: Four-time Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist William Snyder
MEDIA PARKING: E Lot, visitor parking
NOTE: Tuesday afternoon is ideal for photo opportunities. Students will be on field trips on Wednesday and Thursday returning Friday for additional lecture. If you plan to cover the workshop, please contact Kevin Fuller at 585-475-6241 or email@example.com