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Advanced Yearbook & Photography Club Digital Camera Mobile Lab, $2999.00, 0.00% raised
Advanced Yearbook & Photography Club Digital Camera Mobile Lab
Single Unit Why I need this:
My goal is to bring an introductory DLSR photography class to our school. It¡¯s a natural addition to our three digital based classes. In addition to our Publications class, where our students design the yearbook layout. Our Web Design class where students run our schools website. Live Oak high school added a Media class which covers school events and works with post-production software. I would also like to expand my classroom into an alternative photographic processing room for students who are interested in 19th century photography. I wrote my Master's thesis around one academic school year using cell phone imagery and alternative processes paired with modern technology.
Quantity: 1 Price: $2999.00
This lab is configured for advanced yearbook and photography club users needing the power, performance and portabilty of the Nikon Coolpix series cameras

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Ms. Sara Sicona
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Live Oak High School
Hometown:
Fairfield Connecticut
Class Information:
Position:
Art Teacher
Personal Information:
About Me:
I'm a photographer and educator. I specialize in Alternative or non-silver photographic processing from the 1840's and earlier. When I'm not teaching or making photographs, I'm enjoying the balmy Louisiana weather with my husband Patrick and our black Labrador Roscoe.
College and Degrees:
B.F.A. Louisiana State University (Photography)Major(Art History) Minor M.A. University of Florida (Art Education)
Activities:
Art Club Sponsor (unofficial) Event photographer for Live Oak High School Board Member Livingston Parish Artist Council
Favorite Quotes:
“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” — Elliott Erwitt
Employment History:
Denham Springs High School, Denham Spring, La.
Percent of Students are:
     Special Needs: 16 %
Percent of Students are:
     White/Caucasian : 93 %
     Hispanic: 2 %
     African American: 4 %
     Native American: 1 %
     Asian: 1 %
Free/Reduced Lunch Program Enrollment:: 45 %
Average number of students in class:: 28 students
Number of students I teach:: 173 students