This guide offers a starting point for projects specifically related to the Photographic Practice I course.
"Artstor: Creating an Account," recorded November 2020, 2 minutes.
"Artstor: Find, Cite, and Download Images," recorded November 2020, 5 minutes.
"Artstor: Place and Time Research," recorded November 2020, 4 minutes.
Many museums and galleries offer digital images works from their collections, including photography.
"Google Images to find photography," recorded November 2020, 3 minutes.
Use the Citing and Using Images section of this research guide to learn more about citing images and using them ethically and legally.
Columbia College Chicago Library has one of the most robust photography book collections in the midwest.
Start researching a photographer using the search box on the Library Home page. Choose the "resource type" - BOOKS.
Most of the print PHOTOGRAPHY BOOKS are located on the 4th floor in the Library.
Use this guide to navigate the Dewey Decimal Classification and find a few of the most popular photo subject categories. (Photo book collection located on the 4th floor of the Library.)
If you need to find biographical information about a photographer, try the Library search tool on the home page at https://library.colum.edu.
THEMES, MOVEMENTS, TYPES of PHOTOGRAPHY
Again, you can use the Library search tool to search for subject matter within photography, such as: