Film, Video, Photography Program Resources
Hampshire has B&W and color photography facilities that include a film developing area for any size film; a Jobo-lift processor for faster film processing; a gang darkroom outfitted with B&W enlargers; and several individual darkrooms, each equipped with B&W and color enlargers and a developing area. On the second floor students have access to high-end photography digital labs with film scanners and large format Epson printers.
Hampshire also has four-plate flatbed film editing stations, optical printers, animation stand, and a stop-motion animation lab. Students have access to large and medium format photography cameras, 16mm film cameras, DSLR cameras for both photo and video work, video camcorders, audio equipment, tripods, light meters, lights, lenses, and virtually any other piece of related equipment they might need. We have video editing stations in the film building in lab settings and individual advanced rooms that offer editing with Final Cut X, Premiere Pro or DaVinci Resolve with 32” monitors and 6TB of RAID storage on each station.
Jerome Liebling Center for Film, Photography, and Video
A 6,700 sq. ft. addition to the Jerome Liebling Center for Film, Photography, and Video provides a large theater for 16mm, 35mm, and HD video; a gallery; digital transfer stations for regular 8mm, super 8mm, and 16mm film; a sound editing lab; a media lab for video editing; a classroom for work in digital media, and easy to find faculty offices all structured around a curvilinear central gallery.
The Johnson Library media services office coordinates the booking of all films and videos in the Five College collections, loans of video production and audio/visual equipment, reservations for film preview rooms, and film/video reference help. In the Johnson Library Media Basement is a video studio for green screen shooting with 4K cameras, studio control room, and more media labs.