Photo Montage Slideshow:
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GRADUATION PHOTOGRAPHY OPTIONS:
Please note that both of the photography services described below are optional and have an associated fee. Prices of photo packages vary depending on the picture package(s) you select, typically the package pricing begins at around $7.95. For more information about photo packages and/or prices, contact the appropriate service provider below. Please note that students who wish to purchase these services deal directly with the outside vendor.
Island Photography Photos
Island Photography will be taking photos of each individual law graduate during the Convocation ceremony. Your photo will be taken as you come across the stage. You will be captured being hooded by a faculty member, standing with Dean Morrison and posing near the NYU banner as you exit off the stage. Important note about being photographed during the ceremony: Please do not stop the flow of the ceremony to take these photos; the photographers will capture you as you naturally progress from station to station. Because seconds matter in this effort to honor everyone in a timely manner, it is important for you to keep the line moving.
For questions regarding photography at Convocation, please contact Island Photography at (800) 869-0908 or visit them at www.islandphoto.com.
NYU Photo Bureau Photos
Studio Setting Graduation Photos
Suggested deadline to schedule your portrait sitting: April 29, 2016
For more information about the Photo Bureau graduation photos, click here.
If you want pictures taken in a studio setting, the University Photo Bureau will be photographing students from [2016 DATES TBA] in the Kimmel Center, 60 Washington Square South. There is a portrait sitting fee and you MUST schedule an appointment at NYU Ticket Central, either in-person or online.
For questions regarding graduation photos from the Photo Bureau, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (212) 998-6826.
Last Modified 10/8/15