Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) - Thousands of snapshots are taken each day in the Northland captured by our phones, digital cameras and even tablets.
They are quick and easy likenesses of our kids, pets and even those ubiquitous "selfies" but often their artistic flair can leave something to be desired.
Math and science teacher Brian Rauvola who works at Two Harbors High School is looking to bridge the gap between "art" and "quick and easy" by sharing his talents behind a camera.
He is the founder of the Duluth Photography Institute where photographers can take part in workshops to develop their skills and show their work in the Institute’s gallery on East Superior Street.
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