Hand shadow on wall.
Eager to learn. Junior Ruthie Barrett raises her hand during Honors Spanish III class on Feb. 14. Asking questions is the typical form of class participation used in the Spanish classrooms.
Marian Core Value
Photo Ethics Statement
As a photographer I strive to capture genuine moments that show the reality of environments, emotions and people. My focus is to represent everyone accordingly, with consent, through morals about the circumstance, timing and intentions. I understand the magnitude of influence a photo can provide: an image can determine an opinion, bring a variety of emotions, provide witness and insight, impact one’s perspective, and lastly, impact the world. Therefore, knowing all these realities of photography, I promise to never alter any aspects of my photos. My photos are moments. Good moments, bad moments, happy moments, tragic moments. All real moments. My photos uphold the integrity of my ethics. My photos represent truth, and with that, I pledge honesty with every moment shot.
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