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develop your unique vision

Photography can capture moments, spark conversations, or even contribute to societal change. Whether viewed through the lens of fine arts or journalism, our photography program helps you understand how photographs are made and how they have been seen and understood throughout history.

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photography Resources

Develop film, edit photos and make prints using our facilities.

Control your camera with intent and make meaningful, memorable images. No matter which campus you call home, you'll have access to about 4,000 square feet of facilities across all four campuses. These resources include a gang black and white darkroom, a special projects lab, a color lab, a digital lab, a lighting studio and a critique classroom.


If you are curious about photography techniques and resources at UW-Green Bay, contact Professor Sarah Detweiler.

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