Calling all budding photographers & art lovers – As part of the last national lock down back in March, we hosted a photo of the month competition to keep our RIC community busy and creative. It’s back once again to do just that! Categories: RIC Lower SchoolRIC Sixth FormRIC Staff Topics:WinterColour How to Enter:Choose from one (or both) of the topics aboveFill In the Google … Continue reading RIC Photo of The Month
The second month of our photography contest has certainly kept our RIC students busy. With two themes to choose from, this photography contest will run monthly with a theme based on relevant events of the time. Read More… Continue reading RIC Photo of the Month: May
Summer’s here! The annual RIC Summer Festival takes place tomorrow and a vibrant part of it is the Summer Exhibition featuring work from Visual Arts students: Fine Art, Graphics, Photography, Textiles, and Art & Design. Here is a collection of work from GCSE and A-level Photography students. Work from the other departments to follow… Enjoy! Continue reading Photography department end of year show
Changes are coming to Rochester with the imminent opening of the shiny new train station a few hundred metres from the current one. Those commuting to and from the current station have had their day brightened up for many years by the large paintings by former RIC students which graced the walls along the passageway between platforms. The current station kindly gave permission to RIC Photography students … Continue reading End of the line
What is the one thing you need most in order to take photographs? A camera? Incorrect! For the first half of this term, seven weeks in all, both GCSE and AS students have been creating images entirely without the use of a camera. Sophisticated and expensive digital equipment has been rejected in favour of old cardboard boxes and black duct tape. Card, curtains, and light-sensitive … Continue reading No cameras please!
Robert Capa, one of the best press photographers ever, once said “If your photos aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough”. He wasn’t telling us to use our zoom lenses more, but to physically place ourselves in the thick of the action. That is exactly what RIC A-level and GCSE Photography students did over the days when Rochester became big news. The Rochester and Strood … Continue reading RIC Photography students: In the thick of the action