HS Photography: Opening Day Supply Lists

HPH 159: Introduction to Digital Photography (Updated June 2019)

  • notebook and pen (bring to every class!)
  • digital SLR camera (Single Lens Reflex) mirrorless or point and shoot camera. DSLR cameras will give you better results (please bring a SD card to class if you don't have DLSR or mirrorless camera).
    *Students may borrow an FIT camera if they do not have one, but cannot use it outside of class hours*
  • a USB / hard drive with sufficient disk space (at least 100 GB storage)
  • NOTE: Replacing and/or repairing equipment is very costly. Insuring your equipment can be an inexpensive way offset the expense.Insurance can be obtained as part of renters insurance, as a rider on your parents insurance, or purchased specifically for your equipment.  Check with your insurance company or obtain insurance through a photographer's group like ASMP or APANY. There are also insurance companies that specialize in this type of insurance.  An example is: www.collegestudentinsurance. com/

HPH 166: Darkroom Photography Techniques (Updated September 2019)

  • 1 Antistatic cloth or brush
  • 4  Rolls of Kodak or Ilford HP5, T-Max 400 or Tri-X 400 (36 exposures)
  • 100 sheets of Ilford Multigrade 8x10”, glossy or pearl RC paper (DO NOT OPEN BOX, LIGHT SENSITIVE)
  • 8x10” portfolio (sample will be shown in class) 
  • NOTE: Replacing and/or repairing equipment is very costly. Insuring your equipment can be an inexpensive way offset the expense.Insurance can be obtained as part of renters insurance, as a rider on your parents insurance, or purchased specifically for your equipment.  Check with your insurance company or obtain insurance through a photographer's group like ASMP or APANY. There are also insurance companies that specialize in this type of insurance.  An example is: www.collegestudentinsurance. com/

 

HPH 167: The Intermediate, Traditional Darkroom II  (updated 9/18/18)

  • 100 sheet box of Ilford Multigrade IV RC (DO NOT OPEN THE BOX, LIGHT SENSITIVE)
  • 1 Antistatic cloth
  • 1 Pack of Printfile negative sleeves
  • 10-15 Roll of Kodak OR Ilford HP5 black and white film (36 exposures)
  • 4 GB USB Drive
  • 1 Notebook
  • MTA Metrocard with 6 fares


HPH 168: Introduction to Traditional and Digital Photography (Updated June 2019)

  • Paper: One box of 50 sheet, resin coated, glossy or pearl RC paper, 8x10. DO NOT OPEN BOX
  • Film: 2 rolls of Ilford HP5, T-Max 400 or Tri-X 400
  • Negative sleeves for 35 mm negatives
  • Dust off: little brush
  • Binder: to hold negatives and prints
  • Rubber gloves: to process film
  • Scissors
  • 8x10” portfolio

          Suppliers:

          B &H Photo www.bhphotovideo.com

          Adorama www.adorama.com


  HPH 169: Digital Photography and Photoshop  (Updated September 2019)

  • Notebook & pen
  • Tripod
  • Camera: digital SLR camera (Single Lens Reflex) mirrorless or point and shoot camera. DSLR cameras will give you better results (please bring a SD card to class if you don't have DLSR or mirrorless camera).
    *Students may borrow an FIT camera if they do not have one, but cannot use it outside of class hours*
  • USB Drive or hard drive recommended
  • Memory card
  • Cable or card reader for non-SD cards  
  • Make sure your camera battery is charged!
  • NOTE: Replacing and/or repairing equipment is very costly. Insuring your equipment can be an inexpensive way offset the expense.Insurance can be obtained as part of renters insurance, as a rider on your parents insurance, or purchased specifically for your equipment.  Check with your insurance company or obtain insurance through a photographer's group like ASMP or APANY. There are also insurance companies that specialize in this type of insurance.  An example is: www.collegestudentinsurance. com/