An international conference on 2D and 3D digital photography, best practices, standardized workflows and a variety of applications for heritage and fine art photography professionals: photographers and studio managers.
15–16 April 2015
Professional photographers have successfully adapted to the challenges presented by image digitization, even to the extent that a streamlined, standardized data workflow has been developed and integrated into practice. Digital photography has emerged as a powerful process. New applications for science, research, and object conservation appear regularly. Advancements are moving very fast, such that, just as everything seems to be properly integrated into our workflow, new technical advancements regarding developments in areas such as restoration, radiography, or 3D printing seem to appear out of nowhere. The lessons the heritage and fine art community has learned in recent years with a shared understanding of what would be best practice must be applied to the challenges presented by any new digital techniques that arise.
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