Photography Lab - Room 108
Moravian College's Photography Lab is fully equipped for processing black and white and color photographs. The black-and-white darkroom contains
14 enlargers, and the advanced darkroom is equipped with the capability
of printing color, mural prints, and non-silver processes. In addition to traditional photographic processes and techniques, advanced students
have the option of pursuing alternative approaches such as hand-built cameras, chemical print-altering techniques, and photo silkscreen. All equipment and chemistry required for fine printing and archival processing are available. Lectures, critiques and presentations take place in the large, well-appointed classroom facility. Adjacent to the Photography Lab / Classroom is the studio, which provides students with access to large and medium-format camera equipment, quartz lights, studio strobes, tripods
and backdrops. Also available is a video monitor / VCR and an extensive selection of books and publications on the medium of photography.
The Photography Lab is staffed by experienced photo lab monitors on days when classes are not scheduled and is accessible to students on selected mornings, afternoons, evenings and weekends. Monitors are fully capable
of preparing chemistry, maintaining the lab, and assisting students. A schedule of lab hours is posted outside the Photography Lab.