Equipment and Materials
Students enrolled in PGY 3401/Black and White Photography and PGY 3410/Intermediate Photography must have a 35mm single lens reflex (SLR) film camera equipped with manual controls. At the Intermediate level, students may work with a 120 mm roll film camera that also has manual controls.
All students enrolled in analog (film-based) courses will also be responsible for purchasing photographic film, photographic paper; variable contrast filters for printing; tripod, and other materials as designated by the instructor.
Students enrolled in digital photography classes should have a digital single lens reflex (SLR) camera. Additional materials for digital courses include: digital ink jet papers, and purchase of ink jet cartridges for lab printers.
On average, material cost for a class (excluding purchase of analog or digital camera) is approximately $300. It is suggested that you contact the instructor for additional information about material prior to registration for a class.