On a typical game night at Bethpage Ballpark, lines fill with laughing families and hyper children wait outside the gates of the home of the Long Island Ducks.
By Elanor Peña-Humes July 25, 2015 Day two was definitely eventful. I enjoyed learning from Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer, J. Conrad Williams. His work is absolutely incredible. The way he captures stories with one photograph was jaw-dropping. The fact that I was able to learn even just the basics of photography from a man of such … Continue reading Cameras, interviews and ambulances
In addition to lectures taught by Stony Brook faculty and staff, the program provides hands-on laboratory experience for students. The students do not learn by book, but “on the fly,” as Pentyala calls it.
Natalia was caught off guard when she learned she had been accepted into the Robert W. Greene Summer Institute for High School Journalists, but she said she was eager to improve and learn to be the best photojournalist she could be.
By Eleanor Peña Humes July 19, 2015 The journey to the Greene program was indeed an adventure. I traveled 616.4 miles from Detroit, Michigan and arrived at 6:45 a.m. with crusty eyes and lion-like yawns. I visited Detroit to perform a public service and I saw another world that truly inspired me and fed my … Continue reading 616.4 miles, 7 days, a singular passion