Tag: photography

Photos: Red moon over Green Bay

Staff member Dan Moore of UW-Green Bay caught these images of the full lunar eclipse Sunday night, Sept. 27. In full eclipse, the moon appears coppery red even when passing through the earth’s shadow because of diffused light bouncing off this planet’s atmosphere. Sky watchers were especially excited because the eclipse occurred during a full […]

Entries sought for alumni art show at Reunion Days

UW-Green Bay’s Alumni Association is looking for alumni photographers who use their camera to make a difference. Do they offer their talent to support non-profit causes? Do they photograph specific people, places and things to educate others, build awareness or draw attention to an issue? If so, the Association might display their art in an […]

Photographer Becker has sideline view of the storied Green Bay Packers

Matt Becker has a front row seat for one of the most historic franchises in the NFL, the Green Bay Packers. The 2008 Communication graduate is a team assistant photographer for the Packers and associate photo editor for digital media at ESPN. “Sports were a big part of my life when I was growing up, […]

Outreach division’s Moore, crediting late photo prof, featured in online profile

Division of Outreach and Adult Access staffer Dan Moore credits the late Prof. Jerry Dell for helping to inspire his love of photography in a recent online profile published by The Candid Frame photography podcast. Moore ’00, a web, marketing and data specialist with the division, remembers Dell telling his photo classes to capture “black […]

A look through the lens of the young

Award-winning digital photography instructor (and ’06 UW-Green Bay graduate) Tammy Resulta shared a gallery of her students work (and photos of students themselves) as part of the Introduction to Fine Art Digital Photography summer camp. Students learned about the editing process, composition, and other skills involved in the creation of dramatic imagery, they also examined […]

Slideshow: Photos from an eventful spring

Art exhibits, a native pow wow, various awards programs, observance of cultural traditions, the inaugural LGBTQ graduation celebration…  a busy University campus can be a photographer’s delight.

Tech/sci-fi photographer will be visiting guest lecturer April 25

Art educator and photographer Sam Davis of Los Angeles will discuss his work in a visiting lecture Monday, April 25, from 5 to 6 p.m. in Studio Arts Room 411. The session is free and open to the public. Davis makes images that reference his family history (his father had once been a participant in […]