April 28 Opening Reception Set for DMC Continuing Education Advanced Digital Photography Class Exhibit
Ten students sharing visual interpretations with “Captured Visions” featuring 50 photos at Center for Economic Development
Article by Rosa Linda Reynoso
They have an eye for photography. And, on Thursday, April 28, you can see their optical perspective during an opening reception for the Spring 2022 advanced digital photography class’ exhibit called “Captured Visions” at the Del Mar College (DMC) Center for Economic Development (CED).
The course is offered by DMC Continuing Education, and 10 students took the advanced offering this spring. “Captured Visions” features 50 of their best photographs.
The FREE opening reception is scheduled from 6 to 8 p.m. in the CED lobby, located at 3209 S. Staples. The free exhibit will remain on display through Thursday, May 26, with viewing available from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays and 9 a.m. until noon on Fridays.
For more information about the reception or the exhibit, call the DMC Continuing Education Office at 361-698-2122 or email email@example.com.
“Captured Visions” includes photos taken by Jenny Aguilar, Richard Cruz, Monica Fabie, Joel Martinez, Sarah Martinez, Nicole Serrao, Cherie Smith-Causey, Daniel Solis, Tiffany Villanueva and Lety Berlanga. Their subject matter ranges from landscapes to portraits to nature captured by the digital lens.
“The wonderful thing about a show of this type is that it will reveal that photography is a personal way of looking at the world,” says Jeff Janko, an instructor of photography for the Del Mar Continuing Education course. “Everyone has a different vision and an unique way of looking at things. I believe for those who see this show, they will see the world through the eyes of 10 unique photographers.”
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