Yucaipa High School Photography Where great kids and great images converge


What is Yucaipa High School Photography? It’s a lab environment, it’s a place to experiment, to grow, to work through the camera to visualize the photographer’s expression deep within. Found in a small room shoved in the corner of the technology department at Yucaipa High School, 145 students feverishly working in a studio environment and in the field to produce amazing, creative, captivating images that pull and resonate. What we learn here will translate to their greater personal and professional expression. Enjoy these images and visit often. The 2016-2017 Yucaipa High School Photography 1 course is taught by Scott Kennedy. Comments and questions can be addressed to: scott_kennedy@ycjusd.us

B21: Uncertainty
B20: Colorblindness
B18: Tilt Shift
B17: Unfocused Light
B16: The Vortorgraph
B15: Andy Warhol Style Portrait
B14: Long Diagonals
B13: Tribute to Sebastiao Salgado
B12: Photograph the Photographer
B11: Past Future Perfect
B10: Urban/Industrial
B9: Spring Blossoms
B8: Bats, Balls and Recreation
B7: Hyperlapse
B4: Instagram 7 Day Square Format--memory
B3: Motion Blur
B2: Small Object Timelapse
B1: Knowledge
A14: Best of My Fall Semester
A12: Fall Family Portrait
A11: The Human Hand
A10: Cartober
A9: Fall Landscape
A8: Coffee
A7: Clouds
A6: These Old Shoes
A5: Bell Peppers
A4: Fill the Frame
A3: Mirrors
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