Students in the 2410/3410 combined photography class are
critquing each other's prints. The Wayne State University class is a black
and white silver gealitan class led by instructor Marilyn Zimmerman.
This was so much more than a photography class. It was ran as a community project, with the priority of self-growth being the focal point.
We learned how to take photos and develop them ourselves with different chemicals. We also learned a lot about ourselves, and important life lessons.
A year ago, I wouldn't have noticed the ambience of this photo. Through my college career and experience, I've come to realize that the world is so much bigger through a camera lens.