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Workshop on photodocumentation

From: Susan Mathisen <sam6>
Date: Thursday, May 24, 2001
The Conservation Center of the Institute of Fine Arts, New York
University is pleased to announce a Summer Workshop:

One Week to Better Photography
Dwight Primiano
August 27 - 31, 2001
Fee: $100/ day or $400/week
Application Deadline: July 26, 2001

Photodocumentation plays a major role in conservation and the study
of fine arts but many professionals who use photography are self
taught.  This intense hands-on workshop will provide all the skills,
from simple to complex, necessary for consistent quality photographs
under any condition.

For the beginner the first day will introduce participants to the
basics of 35mm SLR camera selection and operation.  Those familiar
with camera operation can join the workshop for individual days or a
four-day course on photographic methods for two and three
dimensional objects and architecture with 35mm and 4 X 5.  Slide and
black and white photographs produced in the workshop will be
critiqued to help identify means to produce accurate
photodocumentation with consistent exposures.   The results of
attending this workshop will be better images and reduced film and
processing costs.

Day 1:  Camera basics, metering, testing and calibration of color
        and b&w film, 35mm and 4x5 copy stand.  Digital
        post-production of film images.

Day 2:  Studio photography of 2D objects with various lighting,
        large format equipment selection, use of Polaroid film,
        metering, color calibration and film selection.

Day 3:  Studio photography of 3D objects, mechanics of 4x5 camera,
        lenses, metering, film selection, lighting, and digital
        post-production.

Day 4:  Architecture and monument photography in 35 mm format,
        available light, metering, specialized equipment--35 mm
        perspective control lenses, zoom and telephoto lenses and
        tripods.

Day 5:  B&W film processing and printings, contract controls and UV
        and IR photography.

Application: Early application is recommended to insure a place, as
enrollment is limited.  Late applications will be accepted if space
allows.

Please send name, title, street address, phone, e-mail address, and
a cover letter outlining your relevant education/employment and
applicability of course to your work, along with the deposit to:

    Conservation Center
    Institute of Fine Arts, New York University
    14 East 78th Street
    New York, NY 10021

Tuition:  A deposit of $100 is required to reserve a place; payment
of the balance is due on the first day of class.  Meals, housing,
and minor travel costs associated with field trips are not included
in tuition fees. Deposits will be refunded in full if the course is
canceled.  Checks should be payable to New York University.

Financial Aid:  Partial financial assistance is available for
qualified applicants who would otherwise be unable to take the
course.  To apply for financial aid, please include with your
application a statement of financial need and, where appropriate, a
letter from your organization endorsing your request.

Travel and Housing:  Participants are responsible for their own
travel and housing arrangements.  Recommendations for moderately
priced accommodations will be included with the information packet,
upon acceptance.

For more information contact:

    Shelley Sass, Program Coordinator
    Conservation Center, New York University
    14 East 78th Street, New York, NY 10021
    212-772-5848
    Fax: 212-772-5851
    conservation.program [at] nyu__edu


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