Links to information on colour management, fact sheets on various subjects from our members and other friends of AHFAP.
Here we aim to provide links to other organisations that are offering tutorials and opportunities to expand your learning..
PhaseOne is offering a free webinar on April 24th. Capture One 20 CH the Cultural Heritage version has been enhanced with some very useful features including a special workflow application featuring exclusive tools expressly designed to aid museums, libraries, archives, and other institutions when digitizing a wide range of materials. For more info and to sign up click the link below.
Capture is an established, trusted partner in digital asset management technology and services, helping to elevate the value of digital content to museums, commercial image agencies, publishers, global brands, and rights owners. They are hosting a number of free webinars over the coming weeks.
TWA brings you its list of the top 5 cultural heritage resources currently being shouted about.
Various Youtube videos from Wex. The latest product reviews and tips, tricks and interviews....
Learn how to get the best out of your Hasselblad equipment and see tips and tricks from the Hasselblad experts.
A structured 6 week course by the Museum of Modern Art delivered by Coursera and suggested to us by an AHFAP Member. The course aims to address the gap between seeing and truly understanding photographs by introducing a diversity of ideas, approaches, and technologies that inform their making.
Free courses on a variety of subjects partnered by Universities from around the world. Recommended by one of AHFAP's Members. Options to pay to gain certificates. These are not generally photography courses but you may be able to gain some useful skills and knowledge to sit alongside your craft.
Dt Cultural Heritage are running a number of events over the next few weeks which are worth checking out. They also have a very useful Knowledge Centre where you can find digitisation guides, webinars and case studies.
Founded in 1947, the Society for Imaging Science and Technology (imaging.org) is a professional international organisation dedicated to keeping members and others apprised of the latest scientific and technological developments in the field of imaging through conferences, educational programs, publications, and its website. They are taking their Conference online and short courses will take place between the 11th and 15th May.