Photo Lab + Lighting Studio

The Photo Lab and Lighting Studio, Gould 019,  houses a traditional film darkroom and a studio space for lighting and shooting models, furniture, and other student work.

Lighting studio staff are available to assist students photograph their work on student personal devices. The BE Library has some photography equipment available for student checkout; inquire at the library circulation desk, Gould 334.

The darkroom is open to currently enrolled students in ARCH 410 or 413, with current hours posted outside the Photo Lab door. On a space-available basis, students with prior training in the lab may pay a quarterly materials fee to use the facility.

Photography Classes
ARCH 410 Introduction to Architectural Photography
Basic elements and processes of architectural photography to include camera controls, exposure technique, photo processing, and fundamental principles of photographing architecture. Student must provide own 35 mm (or larger) camera with manual operating controls.

ARCH 413 Architectural Photography Projects
Students develop in-depth photo essays relating to architecture, the urban movement, or landscape design. Lectures, seminar, and discussion. Pre-requisite Arch 410.