On 10, 11 and 12 May 2017 the Rijksmuseum organizes, in cooperation with AHFAP, an international conference on 2D and 3D digital photography, best practices, standardized workflows and a variety of applications for cultural heritage photography professionals: photographers and studio managers.
The aim of this conference is to provide a framework for international compatibility on the best practice methods for digitizing our heritage. As with the 2015 2+3D conference, it will give us a unique opportunity to exchange ideas on how we could meet the challenges that lie ahead in our industry. Discussions on how we can incorporate new techniques into international standards of practice will undoubtedly take place. There will be a wide variety of presentations given on the two conference days, and on 12 May workshops that address the topics we will have covered will also be scheduled along with a lot of studio practice.
If you missed the 2015 2+3D conference, then you will not want to miss the second edition in 2017 which will be held once again at the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam. Here you will be able to meet up with old friends and fellow cultural heritage image professionals who work in a variety of art institutions from around the world.
The two conference days comprise a program filled with speakers presenting the latest photographic techniques and applications, 2D and 3D color management, standardized workflows, DAM systems, and studio management.