Started in 1987, RIT Big Shot is a nighttime community photography project produced by the School of Photographic Arts & Sciences at Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York, USA. No images on this site can be reproduced without permission of the project.
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Big Shot projects are very complicated nighttime productions and require the participation of countless people and collaborators. This will be our 29th annual “Big Shot” photograph and our work is described by many as “painting with light” and an event … Continue reading
As the planning proceeds for Big Shot No 29, a big change has come to this long-standing RIT event. At the conclusion of RIT Big Shot No 28 – Cowboys Stadium, Bill DuBois announced his formal resignation from official Big … Continue reading
RIT University news photographer Sue Weisler accompanied the Big Shot project to Arlington Texas to chronicle the once in a life time event. To see her slide show, click on this link
RIT Big Shot No. 29 project will be produced February 9, 2014 at 7:00PM. It will feature the High Falls located in downtown Rochester, New York. The event is being produced in partnership with the City of Rochester, Nikon, Profoto, … Continue reading
Check out all the media coverage from Big Shot No. 28 at Dallas Cowboys Stadium: Democrat and Chronicle: November 18, 2012 RIT photographers bound for Texas Dallas Morning News: February 18, 2013 Cowboys Stadium gets flashier: Massive night photo shoot … Continue reading
Cowboys Stadium Arlington, Texas March 23, 2013 – 9:05pm 52 degrees Fahrenheit Camera – Nikon D800 with 14 mm lens Exposure time: 30 seconds @ f16 ISO 400 All external lighting was provided by volunteer participants using hand-held electronic flash … Continue reading
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Big Shot was recently featured in the Dallas Morning News Follow this link
Here is a tutorial on Painting Cowboys Stadium with light. Click here