Need Photos? Check Out Photographic Services’ Resource Space

Need Photos? Check Out Photographic Services’ Resource Space

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Faculty or staff members who want to enhance their presentations, proposals or lectures with UNH images can simply request them through Resource Space, the archive of nearly 40,000 photos taken by UNH photographers.  

All you have to do to get started is apply for an account here. Once you have it set up, you can search the database by themes: college, events such as commencement and homecoming, scenes and buildings, or ‘Year in Review.’  

On the right-hand side of the theme page you’ll see the options for viewing and requesting the photos. A search box is located to the right of that; here you can search by key word, date, and medium: photo, video.  

If you are working on a project, or just want to keep track of the images you order, you can create a collection. Once you’ve named it, you can enter keywords to make future searches easier. To add photos, click on the appropriate icon beneath the image. Do that for all the images you want in the collection so you can request them all at once.     

Private access means only you or those people you list will be able to view the collection—good for team projects or collaborative work. Public access lets anyone who is using Resource Space see the collections you create. 

If you get stuck you can access a user guide under the ‘help and advice’ section located on the main page. 

A $6 fee is charged for each image, regardless of the size.

All of the photographs on Resource Space are the property of UNH and are protected by all applicable copyright laws.

For more information contact Mike Ross at Mike.Ross@unh.edu. Read more information on UNH Photographic Services here.