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By Carolyn Henderson

Talk About Art


April 11, 2019

Courtesy photo

WinterLandscape by John Clement

There is a joke – more true than funny – that most people who graduate with a particular degree never use it in their eventual career. Kennewick photographer John Clement, who graduated from Central Washington University with double degrees in geography and geology, sort of kind of uses his degrees because he takes photos of landscapes from all over the world.

But what really factored in his eventual career was the one elective class he took in photography.

"I had to borrow a camera to get through the class because at that time I didn't own one," Clement remembers. From that point on,...

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