A Multimedia Toolkit course here at Montclair State University captured images around campus, depicting a variety of different scenes, as well as demonstrating their photography skills for an assignment. Thomas Franklin, an associate professor at the School of Communication and Media, had the class embark on a photography scavenger hunt as one of their first assignments. As part of this task, students had to photograph multiple subjects and employ various photographic techniques.
As the students started their photography scavenger hunt on campus, it was like a treasure hunt for images. They were not just taking photos, they were out to see campus life from different angles and experiment with their cameras.
These images are not just snapshots, they are a peek into the world they have explored and captured in their own way.
Some images were taken outside of campus, although most students remained on campus for their photographing.