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TR287-500 Photographic processing. Darkroom technique
TR504-508 Transparencies. Diapositives
TR510-545 Color photography
TR550-581 Studio and laboratory
TR624-835 Applied photography-Including artistic, commercial, medical photography, photocopying processes
TR845-899 Cinematography. Motion pictures
TR925-1050 Photomechanical processes
Copy and paste subjects like these into the book database:
If you are researching a well-known photographer, search by his or her name (try last name first) to see if the Library owns an entire book on that person. If not, search by one of the broad subjects listed below, and check the indexes in the back of the books you find for your photographer's name.
Also think of specific historical events, places, people, or time periods that were subjects of newspapers or magazine articles documentaries. Some subject headings examples are:
Abused women, Pictorial works
Jews, Europe, Eastern
World War, 1939-1945
United States, History, 1961-1969
Cities and towns United States
Subject headings may include the subheading "Portraits" or "Pictorial works" if the books are largely pictorial or photographic. Try searching by those terms also, or combine them with another subject using "and," such as: Pictorial works and Vietnam.
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The media arts lab schedules are as follows (as of Oct. 24, 2022):
Photo Lab - Washington 08
Makerspace Lab - Washington 11A
Media Arts Lab - Washington 124
Mini Lab - Washington 125 (8-computer open lab)
Media Arts Lending Library - Washington G13
Students can borrow media arts equipment for courses: cameras, computers, lighting equipment, and any other equipment needs that a student might require to complete their course work. As long as a student is enrolled in a media arts course, they are eligible to check out equipment from the lending library. All they need is a student ID, email address and Banner number. The hours for the lending library are as follows:
For more information: email Jessika Erickson at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
SUNY Adirondack Library has some of the New Media Lending Library's books available.
See below for a list of print books and e-books available at the Library: