Photography 2200 - Portrait Photography
- Find a book of portrait photography by or about one photographer.
- All C.O.D. students can get a free Library card and it only takes a minute to get a card.
- See the Library Cards page for more details.
- Cards can be used to check out books, software, general collection videos, and rental videos. Your Library card also allows you to access article databases from home.
C.O.D. Library Website ( http://www.cod.edu/library/ )
- Use the Library website to search for and access most of the resources and services available from the Library.
- Books, videos, journal articles, Web sites, email reference, Assignment Calculator
C.O.D. Library Catalog
- From anywhere in the Library website, click on "Library Catalog" near the top of the page.
- Using the catalog, you can search for photography books in a variety of ways including by title, author, subject, or keyword.
Research & Class Guides
"I don't have any favorite portrait photographers!"
Browse through some photography encyclopedias in the Library's Reference Collection:
- Contemporary Photographers Call number: TR 139 .C664 1995
- Encyclopedia of Photography Call number: TR 9 .I24 1984
- The Photography Encyclopedia Call number: TR 9 .M39 1999
Use the Library Catalog to do a subject search for "portrait photography".
- This will give you a list of how-to books as well as books dedicated to many portrait photographers.
- Write down the call numbers of books you are interested in seeing.
- Most of these books are in the TR section of the General Collection.
- Here's a map showing the TR section
You can also browse through photography books in the photography section of the Library's General Collection:
- Remember, photography books are in the TR section.
"I already know which portrait photographer I
want to study!"
Use the Library Catalog to
do an author or a keyword search for your photographer.
- Author: leibovitz, annie
- Keyword: leibovitz
Most of the books you find will be in the TR section of the Library's General Collection.
"Where can I find out more about my photographer?"
Colin Koteles, Associate Professor
Updated: 26 August 2006