The Horizon

Louisville photographer makes photos by hand

Rudy Salgado stands in his darkroom, a repurposed closet dimly lit with an orange safelight. In this small space, Salgado prepares and develops his tintype photos.

January 12, 2020

For Rudy Salgado, Instagram filters are just not enough. A Louisville, Ky.-based artist passionate about creating art with his hands, Salgado decided to make his photographs look ‘old-fashioned’ by making them the ‘old-fashioned’ way. He uses the tintype method, a photographic technology invented...

Two professional photographers captured IU Southeast’s attention at the Ogle Center

Tamara Gooch (right) answers a question while Jess Lee listens. Photo by Sydney Randall.

Sydney Randall, Staff Reporter

October 29, 2019

Renowned professional photographers Jess Lee and Tamara Gooch came to IU Southeast to speak about their experiences and share the beauty of nature and wildlife within their images at the Ogle Center Thursday, Oct. 24. The event is part of the 11th annual Louisville Photo Biennial, which is a photo...

The bigger picture

Amy Seibert holds out a roll of film and one of the makeshift pinhole cameras from camera club. The students used cardboard and duct tape to create their own film cameras and learn how to develop film.

Joshua Roy, Staff Reporter

March 18, 2019

I have been a photographer since high school. It always thrilled me to slow down during class field trips and take different pictures on my phone. When I started college at IU Southeast, I gained access to a real digital camera through school. I never put it down again. Ever since then, I have used...

Can I take your picture for the paper?

Can I take your picture for the paper?

Marisa Gartland, Photography Editor

April 18, 2016

I started Faces in the Fall of 2014 to replace an outdated recurring piece in the Horizon. Inspired by Brandon Stanton’s “Humans of New York,” I wanted something quick and easy to read that showed the more human side of our campus – something that would highlight the everyday individuals we walk...

Through the lens of Chancellor Wallace

“I visited many of these countries in order to recruit students and I had a day off. I was in Saigon, Ho Chi Minh, and I was able to hitch a ride to the Mekong Delta, about an hour and a half south. Then I got on a series of boats because I wanted to go as far into that jungle as I could. I first boat I was on was big and could hold about 20 people,” Wallace said.

Joel Stinnett, Staff Reporter

September 21, 2015

For decades Tianamen Square has served as the lens through which the world viewed Chinese history. It is where Mao Zedong proclaimed the founding of the People’s Republic in 1989, and the site where thousands of pro-democracy protesters were gunned down by government soldiers 40 years later. In...

Graphic design lecturer aims to capture memories

IUS Horizon

September 16, 2012

Jonathan Ruth, visiting lecturer in graphic design, said, when capturing a photo, he is “simply looking, filtering and creating.” “When I’m really involved in the process, I’m not completely conscious of thinking in that moment,” Ruth said. “That’s not to say I’m not aware, rather I’m not second guessing...

BFA student publishes art

IUS Horizon

March 11, 2012

Chris Little, fine arts senior, is making his mark in the art world with his works featured on the web, shows and in magazines, both locally and internationally. Little has a concentration in ceramics and new media, and, after seven semesters at IU Southeast, he will be graduating this spring. Mainly working with photography, ceramics and new media — art that is accessibl...