Glenn Rand is an artist with internationally acceptance. His photographs are in the collections of more than two dozen museums and public collection in the United States, Europe, and Japan. Included are the Detroit Institute of Art and the Kresge Art Center. He has also exhibited widely throughout the United States. Glenn has published and lectured extensively about photography and digital imaging ranging from commercial aesthetics to the technical fine points of black and white photography. Books written include Black and White Photography and Digital Photographic Capture. Presently, Dr. Rand is the program director of the graduate program at Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara, California. Christopher Broughton, has been a faculty member of Brooks Institute since 1996. Prior to becoming a full-time faculty member he served as Director of Laboratory Operations while completing his Masters of Science degree at Brooks Institute. Also in 1996, he served as faculty for University of Pittsburgh's Semester of Sea program. Broughton has authored articles in Petersen's Photographic, Outdoor Photographer, PC Photo, and in Studio Photographer and Design Magazines. He has been a featured lecturer for Hasselbald USA and Eastman Kodak. His photographs are exhibited and represented by Four Friends Gallery in Thousand Oaks, CA and can be seen on his website http://www.christopherbroughton.com www.christopherbroughton.com. Broughton was responsible for revamping Brooks Institute's introductory photo class to be digitally-based. He has been active in working on digital capture, workflow, and output since it was introduced into the photographic workflow. Amanda Quintenz-Fiedler is a writer, photographer, and educator. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Purdue University in 2000 with a major in Interdisciplinary Film Studies and minors in Photography, English, and Math. She went on to pursue a MFA in Photography from Brooks Institute, graduating in 2009. Her MFA culminating project, American Narcissism, was a visual and verbal examination of modern American attitudes. She has written articles regarding photographers, digital fine art theory, and fine art education for publications such as Rangefinder, Digital Photo Pro, Photographers Forum, and the Photo Imaging Education Association (PIEA) Journal.