Photography Program Digital Darkroom
Staffed access is available for photo majors.
Staffed Access is the following days/times:
Monday - Friday: 10am-6pm
Saturday: 12pm - 5pm
Sunday: 12pm - 6pm
Unstaffed is the following days/times:
Monday - Friday: 8am -10am & 6pm - 1am
Saturday - Sunday: 5pm - 1am & 8am - 12pm
Unstaffed access is
ONLY AVAILABLE TO PHOTO MAJORS IN THERE JUNIOR AND SENIOR YEAR.
Reservations for scanners must be made in advance (Limit of 2 per week) and a lock box key for film holders must be checked out from the Photo Cage.
Holders must be returned to lock box at end of the night. Key must be returned to photo lab. No exceptions! $5 a day for every day the key is late.
Computer editing stations and networked printers are available on a first come, first served basis.
Irwin Student Center
Rules and Regulations
- Access permitted only after an orientation.
- No food or drink allowed.
- Never prop the door open.
- Flextight Film Holders must never leave the room and should be returned to the lock box at the end of a scanning session.
- Access Three Strike Rule:
-First: Stern warning
-Second: No after hours access
-Third: No access for the remainder of semester
-If you break scanners or computers you lose unstaffed access to this space.
About the Photography Program Digital Darkroom
The Digital Darkroom is designed to meet the increased specialized needs of CCA’s Photography Department. Additionally, it functions in collaboration with the Digital Fine Art Studio (DFAS) and is a place where students can scan film, work on digital files, and make small-scale prints.
Tools and Equipment
- 9 iMac Retina 5k machines
- Adobe Creative Cloud
- 2 networked Epson 4900 inkjet printers
- 2 Hasselblad Flextight scanners