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Start   >  Events  >  Open Class "An Objective Proposal for Digitization and Pr...
Date: 14-10-2019
Timetable: 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Location: Online
Contact: 931146806

An Open Class is to be held at 06:30 PM on monday 14-10-2019 on Postgraduate in Digitization of Cultural Heritage: Still Image Capturing Processes.

The session will take place on-line using Adobe Connect.

Requirements for the on-line connection

*To be able to follow the informational session on-line we recommend that you use either speakers or headphones and have at least a 3MB internet connection.

As well, you can follow the informational session using your smartphone by downloading the corresponding Adobe Connect application for your Android or iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.

The use of colour management standards is essential in digitization processes to ensure a certain degree of fidelity, although this is not the only aspect of image processing involved in colour reproduction.

Colour negatives, which require specific adjustments to extract the mask and the reverse the colour, are particularly sensitive. In these projects, it is necessary to consider the optimal level of processing, based on the characteristics of the original material, while bearing in mind parameters that were not always objective in analogue printing processes.

The speakers

Beatriz Martínez. Holds a bachelor's degree in Photography and Digital Creation and a master's degree in Photonics from the UPC. A lecturer in colour management, processing and image quality and digital imaging technology. Working in the Image Processing and Multimedia Technology Center's Image Quality Laboratory, she has been involved in various technical consultancy projects for digitization processes.

Nerea Vilalta. A graduate in Fine Arts from the UB and in Photography and Digital Creation from the UPC. She works in the field of image quality consultancy and optimisation, and retouching and restoration processes of digitized reproductions for the publishing sector.



This event is open and free. To attend, please confirm using the "I Will attend". Limited places.