The Michigan Photography image collection contains photographs of people, places, and events at the University of Michigan dating back to 2000. Michigan Photography is an official unit of the University of Michigan dedicated to documenting the institution’s history through "thoughtful, creative, and consistently excellent photographic images." This online collection represents a curated and well-described selection of the unit’s overall work and have been used in internal and external university publications and were previously available on the Michigan Photography website. Moving forward, the collection will be updated on a regular basis as the unit transfers images to the Bentley Historical Library.
This collection contains photographs taken between 2003 and the present by employees of Michigan Photography, a University of Michigan department. All the photographs in the collection are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International license (CC BY-NC 4.0). This means you are free to share and adapt the photographs for any noncommercial purpose, so long as you provide attribution by giving appropriate credit, providing a link to the license, and indicating if changes were made. If you have concerns about the inclusion of an image in this collection, please contact the Bentley Historical Library.
If you reuse photographs from this collection, please use the following attribution and copyright notice, with the year and the name of the photographer filled in:
© [year] Regents of the University of Michigan. This photograph was taken by [name of photographer] and is held by the Bentley Historical Library. It is licensed under the CC BY-NC 4.0 license.