Digital Photography Program | K24L

Lincoln’s Professional Photography Program is one of the most celebrated photography programs in the nation. For over 35 years, our students have won national and regional awards, college and professional school admissions, scholarships, and job placement. The introductory-level courses cover the fundamentals of digital photography and related software. Students strengthen their understanding of topics through open-ended photography and writing assignments. Students in the advanced courses delve deeper into a variety of technical and creative skills.
Overview of Digital Photography Program:  
Fall 2019:
The Digital Photography Program at Abraham Lincoln High School wins the 2019 Joy of Giving Something (JGS) Grant.  The program received a five thousand dollar grant to upgrade photography equipment.
Audition Information:
Due to COVID-19, all in-person auditions have been postponed indefinitely.   
Please see the directions below for submitting student work.
Checklist for the Virtual Submission
All students are required to submit virtual portfolios via email.
Student work submitted should demonstrate the student's visual sensibility
(sense of humor, design, taste, etc.)
The virtual portfolio should include the following:
  1. A creative self-portrait
  2. A still life image
  3. Eight of your own images that you wish to include.
  4. A short video (no longer than 2 minutes) or a written piece (no longer than 500 words).  Discuss your choice of subject, materials, what motivated you to create the work, and your influences.  
-Ten images total and a student introduction (video or written)-
Please email all files and/or file-sharing links to Carlos Molina, Director of the Photography Program.
Thank you for your time and we look forward to reviewing your submission!
Good luck!