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Michael Peres collection of Biomedical Photography student projects and Strategic Planning documents
Michael Peres collection of Biomedical Photography student projects and Strategic Planning documents is six volumes of an annual advanced biomedical photography class sample books from 2009-2012, eight Biomedical student projects from 1980-2010, and one folder of RIT's School of Photographic Arts and Sciences Strategic Planning documents from 1991-1995.
This is a portrait of former RIT photography professor Leslie D. Stroebel. It is a black and white image taken by former RIT student Leslie McPherson, and is mounted between matboards.
The collection consists of one photomicrograph of a snowflake created by Rochester Institute of Technology faculty member Michael Peres.
This collection is comprised of three tintype (wet collodion) of snowflakes, captured and printed by Michael Peres and Willie Osterman. Photographs are mounted together and matted in black.
Materials related to RIT's Big Shot Project, a nighttime community photography project started in 1987 and designed to teach students about electronic flash photography at the Rochester Institute of Technology. The collection includes photographs, negatives, event invitations, publications, planning documents, correspondence, assorted memorabilia, related material and posters.