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Photo Gallery: Kathryn Mayo, Cosumnes River College
Professor uses sabbatical for portrait project

Photo professor Kathryn Mayo seen in a black and white, wet plate collodion ambrotype photo.  Photo professor Kathryn Mayo gets ready to take a portrait. Portrait subject Frederick Douglas (F.D.) Reese. Image by Kathryn Mayo for the We Are Selma project.Photo professor Kathryn Mayo takes a portrait of a couple.Portrait subject Afriye We-Kandodis. Image by Kathryn Mayo for the We Are Selma project.Portrait subject Jane Moore. Image by Kathryn Mayo for the We Are Selma project.Portrait subject Maddie Smith. Image by Kathryn Mayo for the We Are Selma project.Portrait subject Sam Golson. Image by Kathryn Mayo for the We Are Selma project.Portrait of Victor and Ruth Shaw, as captured Kathryn Mayo for the We Are Selma project.

Photo professor Kathryn Mayo took a sabbatical to make wet plate collodion images in Selma, Alabama. The result: We Are Selma: The Portrait Project.

“Selma has such a huge place in American history, and I realized my students didn’t have as great an understanding of where it fits in our history.”

Please select each image in the gallery to see a larger, uncropped version of the photo. 

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