Facilities include an 11 station digital photography lab, where each Macintosh computer station is outfitted with Epson flatbed/ transparency scanners and inkjet printers. Advanced students have additional access to large format Epson digital printers and an Imacon film scanner. The program also has a 15 station traditional darkroom space with 4×5 enlargers, areas for nonsilver and mural printing processes, and a Risograph Printer/Duplicator. The Photography area hosts a large selection of equipment for checkout: from beginner film cameras to video and advanced lighting equipment. Advanced students have access to the LightBox, a fully equipped lighting studio for image creation or artwork documentation. As an additional resource, the Photography program is active in building a large collection of contemporary photography books in the General and Special Collections of the University library. The facilities also include printing services for art majors needing large format prints.
Lab Manager: Sophia Marin