Photography: Frequently Asked Questions
How can I request a photographer for my event?
The College of the Arts usually has one or two photography interns each semester who are available for event photography, depending on their schedules. To request a photographer, send an e-mail to Cheryl Anderson Brown, at least two weeks in advance. Please include date, time, location and phone number. Also, the university has photographers, but they are generally reserved for high profile and campus-wide events. To request a university photographer, contact the Office of University Relations at email@example.com or 770-423-6203 (email prefered).
Is there a camera available for me to borrow?
The College of the Arts has two digital cameras that may be checked out for 24 hours. To reserve the camera, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your name, phone number and the date for which you need the camera. After you have used the camera, the College of the Arts staff will be glad to download the photos and burn them on a CD for you.
How can I get a copy of a photo or photos?
If you would like digital copies of photos that have been taken by the College of the Arts, send an e-mail to email@example.com. If you are seeking a specific image, be sure to include as much information as you can about the subject and date of the image. If you need general images, just give a brief overview (e.g. “students playing piano,” “students painting,” etc.). Most images taken since 2002 are available. A few older images also are available.
How can I have a headshot taken?
The College of the Arts arranges one or two “studio days” each year for this purpose. These are publicized via e-mail and flyers. If you need a headshot between these dates, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.