The Photography club is a way for students interested in photography, whether beginning or advanced to learn about this medium and increase their photográphic skills. Students learn photo retouching basics, and color correction in Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop. Fundamental composition principles are explained and learned through various projects, critiques, and field trips throughout the school year. Students will also foster a solid understanding of digital camera and studio equipment through hands-on participation documenting Diman events. This club creates a positive learning experience for high school students and a way to contribute to important dialogue about themselves and their communities.
Photo Gallery Fall River Portraits show
Photography Club Images
The Diman Photography Club (SNAP!) exhibit opened at the Narrows Center for the Arts on Sunday, May 6th, 2012. 75 photographs, taken by students and club advisors, were on display for the public. The exhibit will continue throughout the month of May, and includes a silent auction. All proceeds benefit the Diman Photography Club.
From the June 2012 edition of the Tradesman.
In the News
The Staircase Galleries at Government Center in Fall River is hosting an event Thursday for the “Fall River Portraits: Making Things and Nature in the City” exhibit. The public is invited to the opening, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. in the center lobby with refreshments served. (11/15/17)
Over the last several months, teams of college students from UMass Dartmouth and high school students in Diman Regional Vocational High School’s Photography Club have been photographing the production areas and workers in 25 locally owned workshops and factories in Fall River. (6/1/17)
Fall River will come into sharp focus this year when the students in the Photography Club at Diman Regional and sociology students at UMass Dartmouth collaborate to photograph the people and neighborhoods of the city. Diman students will be honing their photography skills and learning how to photograph the people and neighborhoods as they take photographs of their family, friends, and neighborhoods, local businesses, places of worship and parks, and various places that are important to them around the city. (11/3/16)
The Narrows Center for the Arts has hosted many nationally and internationally known artists in their front gallery, from Richie Havens to Anthony Quinn. (6/6/2013)
The Diman Regional Vocational Technical High School students who collaborated to make a 6-foot-tall, 9-foot-long cherry wood display case with plaques and framed photos — out of what was previously a pile of lumber — had already seen their project mostly complete. (10/24/2015)