Facilities

Alexandria Campus

Located on the 3rd floor of the Center for Design, Media and the Arts (AFA) which opened in 2017 the photography program has two digital classrooms, a digital printing lab, print and film darkrooms, lighting studio, and interdepartmental collaborative production space.

Digital Labs
  • 2 designated digital classrooms with iMacs color calibrated with i1Studio software
  • Designated digital printing lab with Epson wide-format printers, an Epson Large Format Printer and color calibrated print viewing stations
  • Epson Flatbed Scanners
  • Imacon Flextight X1 Scanners
Darkroom
  • 20 Omega enlargers which can accommodate up to 4×5 negatives
  • UV exposure unit for alternative processes such as cyanotype and gum bichromate
Lighting Studio
  • 1,000 sq ft studio with 4 flexible shooting bays which can be adapted for a variety of shooting needs from tabletop to portraiture
  • ┬áProFoto, Broncolor and Elinchrom lighting systems with various light modifiers

 

Woodbridge Campus

Located on the 1st floor of the Arts and Sciences Building (WAS) the photography program has a digital classroom, darkroom and wetlab and lighting studio.

Digital Lab
  • Digital classroom with color-calibrated iMacs and color calibrated print viewing station
  • Epson wide-format printers
  • Epson Flatbed scanners
Darkroom
  • 16 Omega enlargers which can accommodate up to 4×5 negatives
Lighting Studio
  • Flexible shooting space with high ceilings which can be adapted for a variety of shooting needs from tabletop to portraiture
  • Broncolor and Genaray lighting systems
  • Large plexiglass still-life shooting table