We’re off to photograph the Salem ITT Technical Institute’s graduation ceremony tonight, and it looks like we may even have some sunshine for any out-of-door photographs of the graduating class. We’ll hopefully have the gallery up within a few days, but we’ve already created the link to UnitPrints so feel free to bookmark it while you’re waiting for the retouched images to be uploaded.
The gallery for the ITT Tech September 2015 Graduation at Louck Auditorium is up at UnitPrints.com. Go to http://bit.ly/ittsept15 to view it. You can download high resolution images to print, or order prints from UnitPrints using the gallery interface. You can also share images on social media.
Update: The images are up! bit.ly/march25itt
And here’s a little gallery of some of our favorite shots.
Previous post: We’re currently packing up our bags and loading the car in preparation for tonight’s ceremony. It’s always fun shooting a graduation. The event gallery is already created at UnitPrints and is just waiting for us to upload the images, which usually happens the Monday or Tuesday after a mid-week graduation.
Here’s the link for those of you waiting impatiently: bit.ly/march25itt
We’ll post again (or update this post) when we have uploaded the images to UnitPrints, where you’ll be able to download high resolution files or order prints.
Photo gallery for the ITT Tech December 2014 Salem graduation is up at UnitPrints. http://www.bit.ly/december4itt
Here’s a small sampling of the images.
It’s that busy time of the year, with graduations and end-of-year events. And time for Tokyo International University of America at Willamette to have their closing ceremony and send this year’s group of students back to Japan. We’ll be shooting the event on Friday night but today I (Tamra) went to the practice and helped this year’s group of kids see where they need to look when they’re shaking hands and getting their certificates. Practice is held early in the morning a couple of days before the ceremony and the students are always a little sleepy, so having at least one of us there to give them the practice at looking at the camera is important!
The photos from the October 2 graduation are up at UnitPrints, and you can download full resolution images to print and use on social media, or you can order prints directly from the UnitPrints lab. The two group photos we liked best are the first two items in the gallery after the cover page, but we also included the rest of the group photos toward the end of the gallery.
Click here to see the gallery.
The photos are up at UnitPrints.com. You can print them there, or download the high-resolution images to print elsewhere or use on social media. Feel free to pass the link on to anyone from your class or to your family and friends.
Here’s the link: unitprints.com gallery
It’s always fun to do a repeat gig — you know the people and the location and can concentrate on the images. We’ve been shooting he graduation ceremonies for the Salem campus of ITT Technical Institute since they had their first graduation event, and it’s always a fun event to photograph.
The Photos from ITT Tech Salem’s graduation on April 2 are up on UnitPrints. Sort by *name* to get the posed class photos showing up first, followed by the ceremony and then all the family shots. Be sure to look at both pages (there are 194 photos). http://bit.ly/1h3lLK2
(For those of you typing it in by hand and getting an error, the letter after the 3 is a lowercase L, not an uppercase i. Sorry about any confusion.)
Longer post with sample images coming soon!
This was our third year (or maybe fourth) photographing the “Closing Ceremony” for Tokyo International University in America at Willamette University last December. This year’s class was the biggest to date with 130 students, which makes it a challenge to get a photograph of every single student getting their diploma and shaking hands with President Tsugio Tajiri from Tokyo International University in Kawagoe, Japan.
We get photos of the speakers, the diploma presentation, the various awards, and then after the event of the party itself. The food at the party is always terrific, featuring a variety of Japanese items and some tasty desserts. We enjoy capturing all the hugs and tears and giggles from the students, and this year the students decided they wanted a photo of all of them and all the TIUA instructors as a special keepsake.