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The warm spirit of our students and faculty members should be brought forward in our photography as much as possible.

When using photography, try to select a balance of styles, varying between closely framed portraits and wide shots that ground subjects in their environment. Remember to also select a balance in color tones, from golden light to cool tones.

Accessible Photos

Images must be accessible to those with low vision and those using assistive technology. To make your images accessible, follow the university's alternative text guidelines.


Photography Examples

  • Student skateboarding down a brick walkway.
  • A student smiling while talking to a professor.
  • A student throwing a frisbee to another student in the foreground outside.
  • A student paying attention to a lecture in class.
  • Two students walking a smiling together outdoors.
  • Two students discussing some technology together in a lab.
  • Smiling student in a graduation cap and gown.
  • A student peering into test tubes in a lab.
  • A student working at a computer in a computer lab with a large camera on the desk next to her.
  • Three students walking and talking on the Horseshoe.
  • A student looking up and smiling over her laptop at an outdoor table outside of Russell House.
  • Two students adjusting wires on an object in a lab.

Challenge the conventional. Create the exceptional. No Limits.