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Discover your voice within a challenging and supportive community of artists as you study the historical and contemporary practice and theory of photography. Enhance your technical skills and explore creative possibilities in traditional camera and darkroom techniques as well as modern digital image making.
Michele Krankkala, BFA 2015, on left
Jessica DeLuc, on right
Mark Rupert, Department Head
PH109 Photography I
PH110 Photography II
PH201/301 Alternative Photo Processes I
PH202/302 Alternative Photo Processes II
PH203/303 Digital Imaging I
PH204/304 Digital Imaging II
PH490/491 Photography Tutorial
The photography facility features a Digital Imaging Lab, Lighting Studio, as well as wet and alternative processes darkrooms. The Digital Imaging Lab has 18 Power Mac towers with Eizo monitors, film and flatbed scanners, two 17” Epson printers, a 44” wide format Epson printer, and a 63” Epson. The Lighting Studio contains wall-mounted backdrops, multiple power sources, and light modifiers. The Print Finishing Room includes a wall-mounted glass and matt board cutter, dry mount presses, and individual flat files for storage. The Film Development Area includes three individual film-loading rooms, a film development sink, and two drying cabinets. The Gang Printing Darkroom has 12 Omega 4550 enlargers capable of handling 35mm, 2-1/4, and 4x5 negatives, two drop-bed enlarger stations, archival washers, and an RC print drier. The Alternative Processes Darkroom features a mural printing area, an 8” x 10” Devere enlarger, and two large format drop-bed enlarger stations. The 30” x 40” Metal Halide exposure unit with vacuum table allows users to experiment with a variety of 19th century contact printing processes that utilize ultraviolet light using traditional film negatives or enlarged digital negatives.
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