Very pleased and honoured to have been invited as a keynote speaker at “Picture This! Photography and Videos in Museums today” in Helsinki on 24th and 25th November 2016, organised by the Finnish Museums Association, the Finnish National Gallery, and The Finnish Museum of Photography.
If you are interested or happen to be in Helsinki at this time please take a look at the link:
The abstract for my presentation is below and I’ll post the slides after the conference has taken place:
Challenging Museum Photography: Image Quality for Cultural Heritage
Drawing on 30 years experience in optimising photographic systems within the cultural heritage sector, at the National Gallery, London and latterly as a freelance photographer, this presentation will look at what photographic departments, photographers and museum professionals (who are responsible for photography) can do to ensure their photography is of the highest quality, whatever their budget. The presentation will look at how you can analyse your imaging systems, how work-flow structure can play an important role in improving your images and the challenges new technology has introduced.