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Capturing moments amidst COVID-19: How photographers are working during a pandemic

Photo provided by Ashley Conlon

Savannah Smith, Contributing Writer

October 8, 2020

Like countless other things, photography has had to adapt to a COVID-19 world. In adapting their craft, photographers around Mercer demonstrated creativity and growth.

Review: Gary Blackburn’s camera captures the beauty of the Southern landscape

Review: Gary Blackburn’s camera captures the beauty of the Southern landscape

Ivy Marie Clarke, Staff Reporter

November 26, 2019

While Blackburn’s early photography work was primarily done in black and white film, these new pieces explore the power of color and digital media.

Mercer Artist: A look through an art major’s sketchbook

Faith Reagin poses outside of the Fine Arts building.

Ivy Marie Clarke, Contributing Writer

September 27, 2019

“Who am I?” Reagin said. “I am my own art.”

From the Big Apple to Bear territory: Freshman brings well known photography project to Mercer

From the Big Apple to Bear territory: Freshman brings well known photography project to Mercer

Katie Atkinson, Staff Writer

September 27, 2015

Millions of followers. Thousands of portraits taken. Countless stories told. This is the legacy of Humans of New York, a project kick-started by photographer Brandon Stanton. Showcasing nearly 5,000 street portraits thus far, Stanton has captured the attention of readers worldwide who find themselves t...

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