Gould Hall houses a photo lab with a traditional film darkroom and a studio space for photographing and lighting large models and other artwork. The Photo Lab darkroom is open to all students in the college with training in darkroom photography and processing. The Department of Architecture remains committed to foundation courses in film photography and offers ARCH 410 Introduction to Architectural Photography and ARCH 413 Architectural Photography Projects each academic year. In the Photo Lab studio space, digital cameras are used almost exclusively for photographing models and other student-made objects such as furniture.
The BE Photo Lab is open to students Monday evenings in autumn quarter 2015 from 6 to 9 PM. If you have taken a photography course during a previous quarter or have darkroom training, you are welcome to develop or print. A $10 fee for chemicals applies to photo lab users; please bring your own photo paper.