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University photographers play a vital role in ensuring that the life of the campus is captured for those too distant to visit and for future generations. Our photographers collaborate with members of the campus community to illustrate Princeton's qualities for print, Web, social media and news purposes. While official University needs take priority, we often provide photographs and photo services to the University community through our own staff or through freelance photographers.

All assignments completed by University photographers become part of our photo archive, and may be shared with other offices and departments at Princeton. This also is the case with work for which freelancers are hired. These collections of photographs are for use by members of the University community.

Separate from our archived collection are public photo galleries with images of Princeton scenes. Requests for older archival images should be made through Mudd Library.

To arrange a photo shoot or to select images from our archive collections go to Getting Started.

Photo Policies

At this time, we do not fulfill requests for campus photography by commercial entities. Use of restricted images by commercial or nonprofit entities is copyright infringement.

News and commercial entities who want to visit campus to photograph or film can find a summary of guidelines and an authorization form on the University's main site.