Our images get used extensively across campus. Some shoots are planned with a specific purpose, layout and audience in mind. Other images get shared broadly within the campus community. Here are three recent homepage stories that our images helped support on OSU’s newly redesigned homepage. Stay tuned for more updates with our work displayed in web and print formats for our university partners.
The image above was taken in the spring of 2014 out in the beautiful Macdonald–Dunn forest (our college research forest). We were working on building up the stock library for the college of forestry and were photographing a lab. Once most of the data collection had been completed the students began to gather into their groups and recorded their data to share. This image is from that moment.
We shared a very rainy morning with Jeanie prior to winter break. She was leading a tour group through our wet, yet beautiful campus. The stop infront of the MU lounge is always a tour favorite, where group learned that ‘this is north America’s largest area rug,’ we captured this image.
Brett shared a stormy December afternoon with us on the Friday of Fall term Finals week. Needless to say the usual hustle and bustle of the LInC building was missing. Brett had the ORANGE Beaver Nation staircase to himself.
Student Multimedia Service’s studio spaces are available for undergraduates, graduate students, student groups and faculty. This week, we worked with Betsy Hartley & updated her headshots. To learn more about SMS’s services visit our website.
Have you flipped through the most recent issue of Terra? SMS photographers were able to spend time documenting some of the phenomenal research that goes on around campus, we’ll be sharing more of a ‘behind the scenes’ look at the images that tell the stories of our best and brightest.
To start, please read more about Miriah Russo Kelly’s research, in Terra Magazine’s latest issue & on the web.