And basically they hated any portraiture and anything automotive related. They said that OSU is a fine arts school, what I do is commercial oriented, and not what they are looking for. 99% of the photographers in the department are "conceptual" photographers. Such as someone standing in the middle of a marsh field half naked looking at their hand. Or someone slitting their wrists. None of them had any interest in autos, so all three of them couldn't understand my interest in them. Also, one of the faculty pointed out that he hated one of my (car) photos because I didn't have full fledged studio lighting on it. They told me to consider transferring schools to someone that offers commercial photography training such as Ohio Institute of Photography, or something in Detroit. I was also told that I am narrow minded for only shooting cars and portraiture/glamor. Yet they themselves won't budge from conceptual work.