The Photographic Unit provide a wide range of image services to the University and its partners. With modern digital facilities and equipment coupled with experienced staff, we can undertake most photographic/digital and photographic print related work.
Follow us on Instagram to see some of the exciting projects we are involved in. https://www.instagram.com/uofgphotographic/
Professional imagery is key to supporting the University brand. The use of high quality photography can greatly benefit outfacing publications and departmental websites etc.
We are available for all types of photographic work from events and conferences to portraits and architecture. See our Gallery pages to see some of our current work.
Scanning & Digitization
We offer a digitisation service for most items; be it a postcard, a painting or 20ft long architects drawing. Our staff are experienced in handling precious and delicate items of all kinds. Whole books or specific parts of a page can be digitised and supplied to your specification.
For poster printing contact the MOPS department on level 7 of the Library.
Tel: 0141 330 6740/3176
Our prints are professional quality and use the best materials available. Print sizes from 7x5 inch to AO poster size.
Ensure your website or staff photo board looks as professional as possible by booking a portrait session for your staff members. We use professional lighting and studio backgrounds to ensure that all staff members look their very best. We can accommodate a one off personal shoot or a departmental one with a hundred staff booked at specific times.
Pricelist & order form
For all photographic enquiries please contact Stuart Campbell or Neil Miller. If you require information about our digitization service, please contact India Fullerton or Sam Dyer.
Department direct number 0141 330 5433
Department Fax 0141 330 5606
Stephen McCann: Head of Department/Senior Photographer
Stuart Campbell: Photographer
Neil Miller: Photographer
The Photographic Unit is on level 2 of the University Library on Hillhead Street. The unit can be accessed by following the signs for the unit from the Library’s main entrance.