Cameron Students posing for a picture on Campus

Photography request

The Office of Public Affairs will provide photography services for Cameron University events and departmental functions to the extent that scheduling allows. Unfortunately, due to the impact of changes to the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FSLA), Public Affairs can no longer provide photography support after normal working hours, or to student organizations. The Office of Public Affairs maintains a list of qualified freelance photographers that it will provide upon request to those who need after-hours photo support. Contracting fees vary by photographer.

For those requests approved by Public Affairs, priority will be given to those needed for posters, printed materials, publicity purposes or the CU website. There is no guarantee that requests falling outside these areas will be accepted. Photographers will make digital images available to the requestor within a reasonable time frame after the event. These photos will also be retained in the Public Affairs Office for future use. Printing of images is the responsibility of the department requesting photography services.

To request photography services, please complete the form below and provide all of the requested information regarding your event, including purpose of the photos. Once submitted, the Office of Public Affairs will provide a response indicating if a photographer is available to cover the event.

NOTE: This form only applies to photography requests. Requests for graphic design projects, press releases, items on AggieAccess and the campus calendar of events must be placed separately.

If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Public Affairs at (580) 581-2211.

Photography Request

For HEADSHOTS, please schedule a 15-minute window Monday-Friday, anytime between 9 and 11:30 a.m. or between 1:15 and 4:15 p.m. Headshots are taken in ROOM 145 of the ADMINISTRATION BUILDING. If you do not hear from us, consider your appointment confirmed. We will only contact you if there is a scheduling conflict.