TCU High School Journalism Workshop

TCU High School Journalism Workshop

TCU High School Journalism Workshop

Photo essay: The power in perspective

A look at the TCU campus through one camper’s eyes and a change of perspective.

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  • A close up on a sunflower growing behind Moudy South on June 6, 2024. This photo was only made possible once I shifted my perspective.

  • A close up on camper Ellington Holkmann’s hand while he works on his story inside the Student Media newsroom on June 6, 2024. I never knew I could have gotten such a perspective.

  • A shot of a waving TCU flag right outside of Sadler hall on June 6, 2024. I had to get on my tiptoes just for the angle of the shot.

  • A close up of a Lead On TCU banner outside of Moudy on June 6, 2024. The perspective was so low I had to simply shoot and hope it was in focus.

  • A landscape shot of Sadler Hall on June 6, 2024. I had to get on one knee just for the wide angle I was aiming for.

  • Camper Emily Whitney captures a shot while sitting on June 6, 2024. I didn’t even think this photo would have a story until I changed perspectives.

  • A close up shot of camper Ellington Holkmann modeling the Schieffer Summer Journalism Workshop t-shirt on June 6, 2024.

  • A medium shot of the Lead On banners around TCU on June 6, 2024.

  • A medium shot of a sunflower in the back of Moudy on June 6, 2024. The perspective played a huge part of being able to get the lighting perfect.

  • A medium shot of the Schieffer Journalism Summer Camp walking from Moudy back to the Clark Hall dorms on June 6, 2024. I took it from eye level to be able to capture the perspective of a fellow student.

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