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Junior Giles Feinburg demonstrates
how to use a camera. The camera is
the single most important item in a
Art Club: Row 1: G. Feinburg, T.
Woo, B. Henderson, A. Anderson, D.
Gomes, E. Gonzalez, R. Foronda, T.
. Mihalopoulos, Mr. Milam.
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Photo Club: Row 1: R. Platzer, J.
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G. ,Mr.Conolly.Row2:L. ,M. ,L,Aspiras,
G. Guardado, N. Baarde, M. Volodarsky, R.
Santo Domingo. Row3: S. Spiers. S. Lee, A
Tang, J. , P. Lilittham, M, Mcentree, W. Liu,
G. Lofrano, K Smith. Row 4: S. Hom, A
Salazar, G. Feinburg.
SeniorJoel Chan andJuniorSpencer
Hom stand ready to take the perfect
photo at the Christmas Assembly.
Photo Club members attend all
school events with cameras ready.
Junior Aimee Salazar with camera
in hand. Photo Club members'
cameras are as essential to them as
Art Sz Photo
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Junior Giles Feinberg prepares to
develop film in the darkroom. Art
Club uses SHCP school facilities for
its many projects.
Black and white photographs are
taken and developed by Art Club
students at SHCP. Few people are
willing to develop their own photos,
instead they pay to have it done.
From the masterpieces
of Michaelangelo to the
crayon pictures drawn in first
grade, all epitomize art.
Art embodies our creativity
and emotions. Common
examples of art include
paintings, and pottery.
Art Club allows
students to indulge in their
passion and presents an
outlet for letting creative
juices flow. During activity
period on Tuesdays, members
participate in projects
involving many forms of
art. Projects vary year to year
based on what club members
want to do. Students can create,
paint, or photograph as they
Photo Club, however,
only deals with the art of pho-
tography. Members take pho-
tos of everyday student life. At
school events, they record his-
tory in the making by captur-
ing important timeless mo-
ments for everyone to
witness. Modern day histori-
ans recording the exciting
events of today, their pictures
are essential to The Emerald
and The Shamrock.
Photography is not just
about pushing a button,
either. Skill is necessary for
consistent quality photos.
Club members develop their
photography skills and
provide an important
and unique service for the
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