Cherubs offers a great opportunity to expand your photojournalism skills. Fear not if you have never touched a camera.
Cherubs will guide you through the who, what, when, where, why, and how of photojournalism early in the program, followed by a “cherub life” photo assignment.
You will learn from each others’ work, and the best photos you take will be presented to everyone in a “photo review.”
If you don’t have a professional camera, the Cherubs program has your back. You can check out cameras anytime and let your creativity run free.
My favorite photo experience was the Fourth of July parade. I photographed Uncle Sam, the Fun Run and portraits of people watching the parade from their front yards.
You’ll learn that every great article has a great photo. You will take photos of your own, and learn first-hand the power of photojournalism.
Cherubs took photos during the program, from the Fourth of July to campus life. Below is a selection of their work: