University Marketing and Communications

Photography Services

University skyline at sunset Graduate celebrating at commencement Student using the simulation center Head Football Coach Jason Candle celebrating after a win Researcher studying his work Student athlete posing on campus in fall Faculty member demonstrating healthcare to students Conductor directing the orchestra

 

Photography is more than simply taking pictures. We strive to give the viewer the sense of being there, of being connected to the people, places and things in each image.

Strong images are an essential component to effective marketing. Our photographer Dan Miller, who is a proud alumnus and a diehard Rocket fan, is committed to helping visually tell our story.

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The University of Toledo’s photography services will resume July 13, 2020. Additional safety precautions are in place to protect our partners being photographed and our photography staff as we navigate the global COVID-19 pandemic.

A face mask is required in the photography studios, except when you are getting your photo taken. We also ask that you sanitize your hands upon entering and leaving the studio.

Only one person will be allowed in the studio at all times with the photographer. If there is a line outside of the studio, please maintain social distancing keeping at least 6 feet from others.

It is important to make sure you are on time for your scheduled appointment. If not, we will need to reschedule because photo requests are being strategically scheduled to allow for appropriate cleaning and disinfecting between each session. If you need to change your appointment, please call 419.530.2299 as soon as possible.

We appreciate your patience as we work through these additional logistics in scheduling photo requests.

To request a photo shoot, please fill out our request form.

Studio/Portrait FormLocation/event Photography

Photo Database

You can access a database of UToledo photographs at utoledo.edu/photos. Your marketing strategist can also help you track down the photo you are looking for.

Last Updated: 7/1/20