Kennedy Library’s Special Collections and Archives department shows students a sample of their California history collection through “Picturing California” exhibit.
Cal Poly students keep film photography alive
Many photography buffs find themselves enamored with film photography even with all the new technology available.
Documenting life: The career of Henry Horenstein
He possesses a strong energy, one that even at age 69, is still full of life and curiosity
12 photos from a quiet summer in San Luis Obispo
San Luis Obispo is a different place without thousands of students roaming the town.
Photographer captures 'juvie' life
Richard Ross, photographer and UC Santa Barbara professor, spoke at Cal Poly’s Philips Hall on Friday, April 6. His latest project, “Juveniles-in-Justice” documents juvenile detention centers across the country.
Smile for your family portrait
Jillian Mascheroni’s “Family Photos” digital photography exhibit is now on display in the University Union’s Epicenter Gallery. The photos show traditional family photos with some unconventional twists. Grandparents dressed like middle schoolers, cats posed outside of doghouses and surly goth teenagers in stuffy living rooms may be funny, but the artist said she wants to […]
Geoff McFetridge at the University Art Gallery
I was able to photograph artist Geoff McFetridge while he worked on an installation for the University Art Gallery in the Dexter building. He was working on outlining and painting a wall mural of fingers and hands that covered one wall of the gallery. There were several other wall and canvas paintings he finished earlier […]
Extra photos from the Santiago shoot
I had the chance to do a shoot with starting center for the Cal Poly women’s basketball team Kristina Santiago for a profile story. We shot in Mott Gym and I was able to try some location lighting. It was good to use the gym and basketball hoop as the background to set up a […]
Photography and Cal Poly Meats
During the summer, I saw a chalkboard sign near Campus Market on Via Carta advertising a sale on some New York strip steaks. I walked down a short hallway near Campus Market, and ended up in a meat processing class for Cal Poly Meats. In the first part of the room was a butcher shop […]
Frame by frame: What the photo editor shoots for
As the photo editor for the Mustang Daily, I want to show interesting visual stories and multimedia reporting with photographs, slide shows and video. The work will cover and highlight different aspects of Cal Poly students, staff and lifestyles. I started taking photos in 2007, and since then, I have had an interest in photo-journalism. […]
Nipomo featured in photography book 'Images of America'
Cal Poly alumni Doug Jenzen assembles photographic history book, “Images of America,” to showcase both his hometown of Nipomo and history expertise.