Photography

 

Photographers in the Marketing & Communications office assist university clients in the production of compelling photographs in support of the university’s central marketing, advertising and web design endeavors. over 250 photography requests

 

The Marketing Photographer, as well as student photographers are available to aid colleges, schools and departments in curating a large, diverse selection of images that are in line with the UAFS brand as a whole. 

 

Our photographers help shape the visual identity of UAFS and set the standards for photographic direction throughout the university.

 

What We Photograph

  • Images for use in university marketing materials – Images that the Marketing & Communications office deems necessary for use to help advance and promote the institution externally.
  • Images for media and news outlets – Images that will be used for substantial news releases and media services.
  • Portraits – Professional head shots for use on departmental websites as well as professional publications. Portraits are photographed at Fullerton Administration Building, Room 219.
  • Major university events
  • Campus landscape and architecture

To request a photographer, please fill out a ServiceNow photography request form.

 

For PDF instructions on how to use ServiceNOW and filing a ServiceNOW request with the marketing department, click here:Photography infographic

 

Top priority will be placed on capturing photographic images that can be used for marketing purposes in support of the university’s brand, identity and message. The university photographer may provide limited photo coverage of major banquets, awards presentations or departmental events if those images can be definitively used to market the institution. All photography services are provided on a time-available basis.

 


If we are unable to meet your photographic needs, the university photographer may be able to train your personnel to use available rental cameras to capture quality images. 

 

To review the Photography Guide, click here