2and3D Photography 2022
Information next edition
No one knows when the Corona pandemic will end. For this reason, we have decided to organize another online edition of 2and3D Photography in 2022.
Mark your calendars for three successive Tuesdays: 24, 31 May and 7 June 16:00–18:00 CET/10:00 am–12:00 pm ET. Registration will open in March. There will be a small fee this time. Detailed information will follow soon.
With the publication of this magazine, the call for papers has opened. We are particularly interested in the projects you have been working on over the past year. By now you have become familiar with the 2and3D Photography topics. Has your daily practice changed over the last two years? Do we face new challenges now that museums must open their collections digitally? Have you been busy with innovative photographic techniques, large or exceptional digitization projects, data- and image management and distinctive research? Please share this with your colleagues. Like last year, we expect a great variety of papers so that we can offer another wonderful conference, our second online edition and the fifth edition of 2and3D Photography.
The online conference is organized by the Rijksmuseum in cooperation with the Association for Historical and Fine Art Photography (AHFAP).
- Cecile van der Harten, Head Image & Registration Department, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam (chair)
- Robert Erdmann, Senior Scientist, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
- Wim Hupperetz, Chief Science Officer at Dutch National Heritage Agency (RCE) and Professor by Special appointment on Museums, Heritage and Digital curation, University of Amsterdam
- Jitte Waagen, Digital Archaeologist/Coordinator 4D Research Lab, University of Amsterdam
- Carola van Wijk, Staff Photographer, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
- Thomas Flynn, Cultural Heritage Lead, Sketchfab
- Scott Geffert, General Manager Imaging, Metropolitan Museum of Art and President at ImagingEtc.com
- James Stevenson, Director, Cultural Heritage Digitisation Ltd
- Kira Zumkley, Researcher at the Victoria and Albert Museum and the University of Brighton and Chair of the Association For Historical And Fine Art Photography (AHFAP)