Creative professional practitioners across the South East will be attending a one day event specially designed for them to explore high resolution digital imaging and alternative perceptions of digital imaging practice. The Exploding Practice event, organised by the University College for the Creative Arts, will take place at the Design Council, London on Wednesday 27 June from 9.30am to 6.00pm.
This free event will address how digital imaging technology can be used by small and medium sized creative enterprises to develop their businesses. Throughout the day speakers will explore the creative and financial benefits of the technology.
Speakers Professor Ori Gersht, Alex Kent and Jean Wainwright of the University College for the Creative Arts at Rochester, are joined by editorial photographer Kevin Summers, IKEA Communications team’s Mats Ekdahl and Hasselblad’s Warren Garbutt. Collectively they will lead a series of presentations and discussion illustrating the business case for high resolution digital imaging, the creative benefits, managing digital workflow and digital capture. There will also be a case study of a practitioner making the change from analogue to digital.
Creative practitioners will conclude the day with an opportunity to meet the speakers and fellow delegates and consider some of the latest Hasselblad technology.
The University College for the Creative Arts at Rochester is home to the Hasselblad Centre for High Resolution Digital Imaging, and successful Photography courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level.