The following fees apply to photo requests from individuals within the University of Southern Indiana.
Printable Photography and Multimedia Fees (PDF)
(includes on-location portraits and in-studio large groups and team photos)
Photography and Multimedia does not offer services for the following:
- departmental gatherings, retirement parties or ceremonies and other non-academic events
- student groups or head shots that are not being used in University publications
- award photos
- event photography that is not directly related to the mission of the University or it's publications
- passports or identification card photos
$35/hour (minimum 1 hour)
Price includes photo shoot and access to a digital gallery of unedited images.
Photo shoots off campus include a $20 travel fee plus mileage or a provided University car.
(excludes large groups and team photos)
$15/hour (minimum 1 hour)
Photo Retrieval and Prep
$5 per image
This fee applies to all images retrieved, color corrected and prepped for usage in publications, on websites or other uses.
$10 per Flash Drive + Loading (includes reusable 2GB logo-branded flash drive)
$5 per image
Photography and Multimedia has several point-and-shoot cameras capable of shooting high resolution photos or video. These cameras can be checked out free of charge. Camera loans are subject to availability. Fill out the online Loan Form to reserve a camera for an upcoming event.
Video/Multimedia projects will be priced on a case-by-case basis. After the project is reviewed and approved, Photography and Multimedia will provide a written quote for the project based on overall length, shooting and editing time, music and graphic license fees, travel and other factors.*
*Due to limited staff available at this time, video and multimedia projects (such as slideshows) created by Photography and Multimedia must be approved by the director of University Communications. The primary focus at this time is on marketing and recruitment videos. If we cannot assist you with your project, we will do everything possible to connect you with other resources. Video or multimedia projects created outside of University Communications, and intended for an external audience, should be reviewed and approved by the director of University Communications before being shared with external audiences through direct viewing, websites, social media or other means.
For special requests not included on this list, please contact Photography and Multimedia.