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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It is easiest to see the results of light painting rather than trying to describe it. Below are examples of past Big Shots.
An event this large would be impossible without collaborations. We want to thank the Jones Foundation for granting the project permission to make the photograph so many months ago. Big Shot is appreciative to all the organizations that have provided … Continue reading
A special thank you to our newest sponsor, Arlington Camera for their support of the Big Shot Project! Their generous support of the event and the RIT alumni reception inside the stadium will greatly enhance the evening! Visit their website … Continue reading
Maybe you would be interested in watching a delightful short video inviting you to attend Big Shot No 28 – Cowboys Stadium
Thank you for your participation in RIT Big Shot No 28. The file has been approved by representatives from Cowboys Stadium and because you attended, you now can have your own file of this once in a life time event. … Continue reading
Big Shot No 28 is a mere 39 days away. Make sure to put March 23rd on the calendar. Things are progressing nicely but there still is much to do. Please LIKE us on the RIT Big Shot Facebook page. … Continue reading
Ever want to have drinks served to you by some of RIT’s BIGgest SHOTs?! If so, time to… GET HAPPY WITH THE BIG SHOT TEAM! Friday, February 1 3:00-6:00pm RITZ Sports Zone All tips and raffle proceeds go directly to … Continue reading
RIT students worked very hard to raise funds to attend RIT Big Shot on March 23, 2013. In December they held portrait sessions. To read more about it here! They also help a holiday auction. This event raised nearly $16,000. … Continue reading
Park Ridge Hospital Rochester, New York December 9, 1989 22 F Exposure: 15 seconds @ f/16 Film: Kodak 4×5 T-Max 400 All external lighting was provided by multiple flashes of electronic flash units (and one old-fashioned flash-powder tray) operated by … Continue reading
Frank E. Gannett Building Rochester Insitute of Technology Rochester, New York December 8, 1990 38F Exposure: 45 seconds @ f/11 Film: Kodak 4×5 T-Max 400 All external lighting was provided by multiple flashes from hand held electronic flash units (and … Continue reading