The department maintains a traditional wet darkroom, digital printing facility, studio area for completing commercial-style product and portrait shoots, and equipment to implement a variety photo-based projects.
The wet darkroom allows the students to produce traditional silver, cyanotype, gum bichromate, and other alternative water and chemistry-based printing techniques.
The digital printing facilities are outfitted with digital inkjet, medium format and large format printers. Students work with photo industry standard software and production formats. Students are capable of printing large scale mural artworks to 4 x 7 feet in scale in-house.
A studio area is provided to create atmospheric temporal shoots using studio lighting, and strobe equipment to produce traditional portraiture and product shots to complete a solid professional level portfolio for internships and career opportunities.