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Wednesday, May 28 • 10:00am - 5:00pm
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This workshop will provide a comprehensive overview of computation photography and its application to conservation documentation and research. The session will offer an intensive introduction to and an update on the technologies, software, photographic equipment, and methods for reflectance transformation imaging (RTI), algorithmic rendering (AR), and photogrammetry. The workshop will include lectures, demonstrations of photographic image capture for all techniques, discussions of equipment and set ups, and ample opportunity for questions. The program is suitable for those new to computational photography who as well as those who are interested in the latest software updates, research, and future development plans.

IMPORTANT NOTE: This workshop will be conducted at Cultural Heritage Imaging (CHI, 2325 3rd Street, Suite 323), which is a 12 minute Muni T light-rail line ride from the Embarcadero Muni station (in front of the conference hotel) to the 20th Street station. Directions will be provided upon registration.


Marlin Lum

Imaging Director, Cultural Heritage Imaging
Marlin Lum is responsible for improving digital documentation techniques and raising awareness in communities and organizations concerned with the preservation of cultural artifacts and heritage locations. By applying digital documentation techniques to the cultural heritage community, Marlin hopes to help raise the artistic standards by which museums, archaeologists, and historians document materials. Marlin has proven abilities in digital... Read More →

Mark Mudge

Director, Cultural Heritage Imaging
Mark Mudge is President and co-founder of Cultural Heritage Imaging (CHI) and the current Chairman of the Board of Directors. Mark’s academic training was in philosophy and sculpture. He worked as a professional bronze sculptor for a decade, casting his own work. His bronze work led him to digital 3D modeling environments and the laser-scanning capture tools that were just emerging in the late 1980s. Since then, for over 20 years, Mark has... Read More →
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Carla Schroer

Founder & Director, Cultural Heritage Imaging
Carla Schroer is a seasoned business and technical professional with more than 20 years of software experience in Silicon Valley and 6 years of imaging and cultural heritage experience.Carla has directed a wide range of software development projects including object-oriented development tools, desktop publishing, and Sun Microsystems' Java Technology. Her experience includes software and test development, project management, budgeting... Read More →

Wednesday May 28, 2014 10:00am - 5:00pm
Cultural Heritage Imaging 2325 3rd Street, Suite 323, San Francisco, CA

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