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Senior Research Curator of Photography Discusses Photography in the Digital Age

Cover of The Getty Conservation Institute newsletter Conservation Perspectives.
Cover of The Getty Conservation Institute newsletter Conservation Perspectives.

In “Technology: No Place For Wimps,” Ransom Center Senior Research Curator of Photography Roy Flukinger joins Carol Henry, fine-art photographer, and James M. Reilly, founder and director of the Image Performance Institute at the Rochester Institute of Technology, in a discussion about photography in the digital age. The discussion, which appears in The Getty Conservation Institute newsletter Conservation Perspectives, features a question and answer session with the three experts and highlights the ways in which photographers, conservators, and curators respond to the challenges posed by a rapidly changing medium. Flukinger, Henry, and Reilly spoke with Dusan Stulik, a Getty Conservation Institute senior scientist, and Jeffrey Levin, editor of the Institute’s newsletter.

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Gary Schwartz
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Yes, this is no place for wimps, but “whimps” is still a typo.

Alicia Dietrich
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You are correct, Gary Schwartz. Thanks for your eagle eyes! The spelling error is now corrected.

Aheto Domi Brain
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thank you very much for this information.
sir, i am an M.Phil student who is researching into the influence of technology in photography, please send me any relevant information that could help me in my research. thank you

Alicia Dietrich
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Dear Aheto Domi Brain,

You can direct your specific questions to this email address: reference (at) hrc.utexas.edu

Thanks!

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