Photography department tour
Virtual Tours by Students
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Hi. So I'm sitting in the photography department in the critique room at Loyola, located in the second floor of the student center. Kind of tucked away, But is a department where I spend most of my time as a photo minor and also where all of my friends usually hang out. We have some really cool stuff that I'm going to show you guys. A lot of classes happen here, and on a critique day, you'LL see stuff posted all over the walls and students walk around. Um so the most people he ever have a class is usually fifteen, which is really nice because you get to see everybody's work the way you see all students work posted. That's one of my most recent projects, and this is really cool to see what your appears they're doing. Get an idea for different projects and different professors. What's like Here's my beautiful photographic partner planning away her next project for studio time. As a student, you get access to a bunch of different materials, lights, um, soft boxes, stools. Then we have this gray area that you can really turn into. What everyone? If you come in here, we have one of our photo labs. So we have Max equipped with all of the editing materials you could ever need. We have twenty four hours swipe access into this room. If you are a photo student, you'll have class in here, and then we have these great printers. You pay twenty dollars a semester to print and you get access as much paper eight by ten prints that you need, which is really great. Even test out your principal projects, learn how to edit. Usually there's someone in here to help and a lot of music going on a lot of fun. If you are a photography minor, you take photo crap. In that class, you like to do darkroom photography. I loved it's personally my favorite class that I've taken, and it's really coming. You start your film and larger is at all chemicals and dryer timers and my favorite, a CD player, because you can't have any lights on in this room when you're working or over when all your prints. This is the part of the darkroom where you develop your film, so they're sinks. Have to be at certain temperatures, and all the chemicals were mixed for you and then a dryer for your film. We're really lucky to have this here and all these great materials. It's something that you don't get out. Class is about to begin, and I hope you guys have a great day.