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There’s an art to composing images out of candid situations. Professional photojournalist Raff explains the creative process that happens before pushing the shutter button. Students hit the street to capture interesting island scenes, then reconvene for a critique where they have the “ah ha” moment of reviewing their work.
*Participants should have a working knowledge of their camera.
Kim Raff is a freelance documentary, editorial and reportage photographer based in Salt Lake City, Utah. After receiving a degree in visual journalism from Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY she went on to a seven-year career in newspapers, which included staff positions with The Salt Lake Tribune and The News & Advance.
She specializes in documentary photojournalism, seeing stories in her own back yard and capturing intimate portraits of the human experience. She loves finding beauty in the average moments of life and believes photography has the ability to show us the similarities we all share as people. Her craft has drawn her into people’s living rooms, pulled her onto mountain tops, and humbled her at gravesides; from the Deep South to the American West.