Additional Resources

Please review some of the following video interviews to learn from UCSC Arts and Humanities experts about some of the opportunities and pitfalls to be thinking about as you create your photographs.

Other highly recommended resources from Arts professors Carolina Karlic and Jennifer Gonzalez include: 

In addition to its physical holdings, UCSC’s McHenry Library has Digital Collections of photography that can be a valuable aesthetic resource:

  • Ansel Adams Photographs: Adams took the photographs between 1962 and 1968; they document the land, building sites, and early activities of the University of California Santa Cruz campus.
  • Alexander Lowry Photographs: The Alexander Lowry collection consists of black and white photographs taken of downtown Santa Cruz, California, immediately after the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake [and scenes of the University of California, Santa Cruz Campus].
  • Ruth-Marion Baruch and Pirkle Jones Photographs: This collection contains a selection of photographs by Ruth-Marion Baruch and Pirkle Jones, whose work visually documents the people and landscape of the San Francisco Bay Area during a time of enormous social, political, and environmental change.

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