Photos & Videos
“The photography catalog was a huge help in putting together a conference presentation.” – ICS Customer Service Survey 2016
UF/IFAS Communications Photography Department offers photography for news media and magazines as well as printed materials such as brochures, books, and slide shows. Services are free to UF/IFAS personnel.
For more photography information, contact Tyler Jones.
UF/IFAS Communications Educational Video area works with broadcast-grade technology to produce instructional and promotional videos, programming, public service announcements, and coordinate and contribute to the video news effort. The video staff members provide support for distance education projects and radio programming.
For more video information, contact Al Williamson.
Download the UF/IFAS Video/Photo Release PDF form here.
Copyright law protects the owner of creative materials from unauthorized use of his or her work. U.S. copyright laws protect literary works, musical or sound recordings, and pictorial or graphical designs. Prior to using any creative works that do not belong to the University of Florida, please make sure you have the proper license and/or permission from the owner of those works.
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- UF/IFAS Anthem Video
- UF/IFAS Water Video
- UF/IFAS Natural Resources Video
- UF/IFAS Food and Nutrition Video
- UF/IFAS Extension Anthem Video
- UF/IFAS Extension Anthem Video (without letterbox)
- UF/IFAS Branding Message
YouTube Video Archives
- UF/IFAS Videos
- UF/IFAS CALS Videos
- UF/IFAS Research Plant Cultivars Videos
- UF/IFAS Research Report Videos
- UF/IFAS Solutions For Your Life Videos
Video Download instructions
Click on the video links and download to your Downloads folder. The video is in a compressed .zip format which should automatically open into a video file once the download is complete. The video will be in a folder labeled “IFAS Video” and the video will be labeled with its title, such as “IFAS Anthem Video.mp4”. It is suggested that you move it from this location to the Videos folder on your PC for easier accessibility later on.
The resulting video file is provided in a high quality mp4 format, at 1280 x 720, which should play in Windows Media Player (PC) or Quicktime (Mac).
Tip: It is advised to play the video from the host computer and not from a flash drive or disc. If not using your own computer to present, use a flash drive/disc to transport the video to the host computer at the location you’ll be presenting and copy the video file to the PC, then delete when finished with your presentation.