The Photography Centre offers five large, professionally equipped studios, industry-standard post-production facilities, a selection of medium-format digital backs, two Hasselblad Flextight drum scanners, over a hundred medium-format film cameras and much more.In addition, there are well-equipped laboratories for image analysis, sensitometry, colour evaluation and colour profiling and management.
While most photography centres closed their darkrooms with the advent of digital technologies, Westminster kept theirs running and it now remains one of the best educational darkrooms in the country, equipped with E6 and C41 processing machines as well as black and white and colour darkrooms with 48 enlargers including large format machines for 5×4 negatives. There is also a special processes area for other kinds of chemistry.
In addition, there are well-equipped laboratories for image analysis, sensitometry, colour evaluation and colour profiling and management.
Alongside all of these facilities, our highly experienced technical staff are there to provide you with expert advice and support. Whether your question concerns photographic chemistry or the latest digital post-production techniques, one of the technicians will be able to answer it, usually in far greater detail than you expected.
More than 40 years ago we launched the first BSc course focusing on photographic science; today the Photography and Digital Imaging Technologies BSc Honours remains the premier course teaching the technology of imaging science.
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