If you need photography to enhance communications or for an event, browse the scenarios below to decide which option is best for you.
If you only need filler photographs for a PowerPoint presentation, please refer to the ECU image gallery for an appropriate shot. See our Sourcing images page for more information.
ECU has corporate style guidelines for the preparation of flyers and brochures, including downloadable Word templates.
Once you have the template, check the ECU image gallery on our Sourcing images web page for photo options. If there’s nothing suitable and you need a new photo, you'll need to commission a professional photographer. ECU has no preferred photography supplier, but we do use one photographer on a regular basis:
Joondalup Photo Design
Telephone: (61 8) 9300 9313
Mobile: 0415 506 548
Check the ECU image gallery on our Sourcing images web page. If you require a high resolution photograph or it needs to be taken off-campus, you will need to organise a professional photographer (as above).
Advertising photography needs to be professionally shot and in a particular style. All advertising is coordinated through the Corporate Marketing Office. Please contact your marketing Account Manager to discuss.
Depending on what the photos are to be used for, you may wish to consider hiring a professional photographer to cover your event (details above). Alternatively, if you wish to cover the event yourself and don’t have access to a suitable camera, our Corporate Communications team may be able to lend you one.
All persons having their photos taken will need to sign a Photographic Release Form giving ECU permission to use their photos in printed publications or online.
The Office of Legal Services provide talent release forms for different situations; the forms can be downloaded from the Legal Forms and Notices webpage.
The Marketing and Communications Services Centre has developed a set of image guidelines that relates to the capture, storage, supply and publishing of still images within ECU for activities outside of those categorised as 'educational purposes', i.e. informational, promotional or other commercial activities.