Photography and Video

Mobile devices and social media (Instagram, iPhone cameras, Facebook, Pinterest, YouTube) have greatly changed what most audiences want to see in terms of visual engagement. Posed, formal, or professionally “polished” video and photography does not, in general, find a receptive audience. Photography and video should feel genuine, energetic and “in the moment,” using as much natural light as possible to capture the “natural moments” that define the Miami experience. Scripted video or posed photography is avoided unless absolutely necessary. 

Miami's campus is considered to be one of the most beautiful in the United States. The scenic views of campus resonate with students, alumni, and fans of the University. The imagery can be incorporated in designs. Photography of the campus can be viewed on here: http://miamioh.edu/photoshelter.

We also strive to incorporate the way Miami advocates multicultural understanding and global involvement by reflecting diverse individuals in our visual material. The use of social media photos and handles (with proper approval) is encouraged and reflects the authenticity of our brand.

Professional Photography

Students use an Anatomage in a Kinesiology lab. Photo Credit: Jeff Sabo @sabo_mu
 Upham Arch in Upham Hall with student in the background. Photo Credit: Connor Moriarty
Student axing into a piece of wood as part of a sculpture class. Photo Credit: Jeff Sabo @sabo_mu
 Dancers performing at Chinese Festival Photo Credit: Scott Kissell
 Miami touchdown Photo Credit: Scott Kissell

Social Media Photography

Miami students pose on top of the Swiss Alps with a Miami RedHawks flag. @gingasian3
 Two students from Miami's Juggling Club juggle during the Megafair event on campus. @elizabethb731
 Tri Delt Sundial with MacCracken Hall featured in the background. @1.68_
Students engaging with guests from the Miami Meets India program in the Idea Kitchen on campus. @LeaderLouise

Video

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