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Professional Photographs

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Last semester, I wrote a letter to my professors stating that I would not be giving the school any more of my student work. We students are told that we HAVE to give our projects to the school for accreditation. We were told that giving the school our projects wasn't a big deal because employers don't want to see our actual projects, but would prefer to view digital photographs of our work. We were also told that the school would be providing us the professional quality photographs. It never happened.

So I felt that I had to take action! Shawn helped me write a letter expressing that I would not continue giving the school my projects unless they followed through with their promises. And finally I am seeing some results! A professional photographer is coming on Friday to take pictures of all our work. And it's absolutely free!

3 Responses to “Professional Photographs”

  1. YAY! Now we're blog friends too! Love you tons :)

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  2. welp the top part sucks. but at least you get pictures although i still think they should keep the pictures n yall get the real thing.

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  3. Hi, this is really tu madre, as per Stephanie.
    congratulations on your blog. it looks artsy, yet warm. Remember that future employers can read this, too.
    BTW, Suellen said she intends to use you in the future.

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