Digitisation of original works is now considered critical for galleries, institutions and artists. With digital camera technology enabling high fidelity reproduction, there is an opportunity like never before to create archives of international standard. Fine art photographer Tim Handfield presents an overview of how artists and institutions should approach digitisation, and gives workshop attendees the chance to apply these newfound skills practically.
Attendees will be able to understand how to approach cultural & heritage applications of digitisation that are appropriate for their environment.
About Tim Handfield
Tim Handfield is a fine art photographer of thirty years experience, with twenty years in digital photography. He is also an acknowledged master printer (analogue and digital) having printed for many of Australia’s leading fine art and commercial photographers. Tim has worked with significant cultural institutions in Australia on the digital preservation of works in a variety of formats, and is intimately familiar with the challenges for artists and institutions embarking on the digitisation process.
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- Digital Reproduction for Fine Art with Tim Handfield
September 16, 2017
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm