Digital Photography

Digital Photography (FAB320B)
FOR CURRENTLY ENROLLED DIGITAL PHOTO STUDENTS ONLY:

The digital photography Lab can be found in FAB320B.  This room houses 16 iMac workstations, 4 scanners, and 6 printers, reserved for the use of currently enrolled photography students and MFA students (with permission). Access during open lab hours is strictly controlled.

The iMac workstations are equipped with the Adobe Creative Cloud, including Lightroom, Bridge, Photoshop, and Camera Raw.  Each of the work stations are connected to an Epson Perfection flatbed scanner (either a V750 or a V600) capable of scanning both reflective documents and negatives, up to 8″x10″. Additionally, certain computers are connected to one of 6 Epson SC-P600 inkjet printers.  These printers are capable of printing on up to 13″ x 19″ sheets, or 13″ wide roll papers. Students must supply their own papers. Students can use any photo paper from Epson

Advanced photography and graduate students also have access to an Imacon Flextight X1 large format drum scanner.  The Flextight allows for up to 6300dpi resolution film scans for all film formats. You must have gone through training and have permission to use the Flextight scanner.

For students who are not currently enrolled in photography courses, but wish to make high-quality prints, the photography area offers the Large Format Printing Service for their use.

– Lab door will be closed when there is no one actively working in the room during Open Lab hours. Go to the Lab Monitor office located in FAB335 to find the Lab Monitor to get the door unlocked if it is closed.– Students must sanitize after themselves – before they enter and after the digital photography room. Computer Station(s) must be kept clean and orderly to ensure safety. Doorknobs, tables, handles, and equipment must be wiped down before and after use. Lab Monitor will wipe down the Computer station (mouse and keyboard).

320B Fall 2022 Lab Schedule: 

Monday: 2:40pm-4:45pmTuesday: 9:30am-11:45am; 2:40pm-4:45pmWednesday: 2:40pm-4:45pmThursday: 9:30am-11:45am; 2:40pm-4:45pm

Questions?  Please contact Jabari Townsend