Photo Club is bringing opportunities for students
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Photo Club is bringing opportunities for students

by Tracie Tuttle–Morningside’s Photo Club is looking to bring more opportunities to students in the coming semester.

The group plans to offer free portrait sessions to graduating seniors. Photo Club president Makaelyn Glienke said “We want to help students remember their time here [at Morningside] in a unique way.” She added that students can have their pictures taken by themselves or with friends anywhere on campus. If you’d like to participate, contact Glienke at mlg015. 

Members of 2019-2020 Photo Club

Photo Club also plans to organize is a professional headshot session for students. In the past, it has benefitted students applying for jobs and anyone who is looking to create a more professional presence on social media. 

Rae Clinkenbeard, Photo Club’s vice president, said both of these events help their members “boost their photo taking skills, practice working with real people, and lets them try out new photo-taking techniques”. 

Meetings are held every other Tuesday at 4 pm in MC 101 and anyone is welcome to attend. 

If you would like to learn more or join the club, email Iggie Estupinian, Photo Club’s secretary and treasurer at iae001. 

You can also like Photo Club on Facebook Here

January 3, 2020