JuliaFikse

Julia Fikse

About Julia Fikse

Third year photojournalist, Julia Fikse, ‘19, continues her dream of capturing a moment through the lens of a camera. She has grown to love capturing emotion in sports, school, community events and portraits as a hobby and future career. Involvements in volleyball, basketball, CSF and mentoring a girls group keeps Fikse on her toes. Great photography can evoke emotion and catalogue a moment in time. This became the foundational goal that drives her to excel. Upon graduating, Fikse hopes to major in interior design and use her photographic skills to earn an income while attending a university.

Feather tech talk, No. 3: Drones add new ways to cover media

By |2019-02-12T16:30:25+00:00February 9th, 2019|Features, Home Feature 1|

New technology is continually evolving. Taking a look at gizmos and gadgets that peek our interest and make our jobs as photojournalists a little easier and fun. For the first in the series, read Feather tech talk, No. 3.

Senior spotlight: Kayla Fermanian

By |2019-02-08T12:17:01+00:00February 6th, 2019|Feature Photo, Photos 2018-19|

As the class of 2019 looks forward to graduation, The Feather spotlights seniors in an effort to know them better. This series will focus on their time at Fresno Christian and their aspirations moving forward. This is the 2019 senior spotlight of Kayla Fermanian.

Senior spotlight: Annaleise Anderson

By |2019-02-01T08:19:02+00:00January 31st, 2019|Feature Photo, Photos 2018-19|

As the class of 2019 looks forward to graduation, The Feather spotlights seniors in an effort to know them better. This series will focus on their time at Fresno Christian and their aspirations moving forward. This is the 2019 senior spotlight of Annaleise Anderson.

Feather tech talk, No. 2: Blue light filtering glasses

By |2019-02-01T08:23:16+00:00January 25th, 2019|Photos 2018-19|

People are exposed to blue light through the sun, devices and artificial light. Without proper protection, it can cause eye strain and possibly permanent damage. Children who use technology at a young age are at an even greater risk due to defenses in the eye not completely developed yet.

Physical science provides unique outlook on physics 

By |2019-01-24T12:47:00+00:00January 23rd, 2019|Features, Home Feature 2|

Physical science provides a platform for students to learn about physics and chemistry. It gives lessons towards the physical side, allowing high schoolers to participate in experiments and projects. This differs from life sciences such as biology and zoology.

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