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Colorimetric and Multispectral Color Imaging

General Purpose: The Imaging Systems Specialist supports all aspects of digital imaging at the Yale Center for British Art, facilitating the production and management of digital assets for documentation, dissemination, and preservation across a range of systems. Reporting to the of the Head of Imaging and Intellectual Property, the Specialist maintains the production workflow and quality of digital images from point of capture to processing, preservation, and online distribution.

The Specialist tracks production and storage metrics and reports key performance indicators to the Head of Imaging on a scheduled basis. Working in a team environment, the Specialist consults with the Senior Photographer, Photographer, Digital Technician, Head of Imaging, Software Engineer, and Head of Information Technology as necessary to resolve issues or refine existing procedures.

The Specialist reviews and processes the digital output of photographers, technicians, staff and external vendors, providing guidance where necessary, and trains and evaluates the output of staff whose ancillary job duties include the production of digital assets.

The Specialist monitors and maintains digitization software and hardware within the Department of Imaging Services as well as across the Center, ensuring the regular calibration of monitors, scanners, and printers, and verifying color management settings on a regular basis.

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The Specialist also ensures that appropriate file naming conventions and metadata profiles are applied to digital assets produced at or for the Center. The Specialist participates in the design, testing, rollout, and subsequent upgrades to digital imaging systems and related technology at the Center and at Yale, and is expected to maintain current awareness of digital technology and trends, especially within the cultural heritage sector, and investigate and report on promising developments, products or procedures.

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Applications of Spectral Imaging and Reproduction to Cultural Heritage (Digital Imaging) Part 1

Digital photography and image processing provide these capabilities, and recent technological advances promise new levels of performance for the capture and understanding of colour images. This inter-disciplinary book focuses on imaging of decorated surfaces in historical buildings, and shows how user requirements can be met by application of powerful digital imaging techniques.

The project brought together partners exhibiting the state-of-the-art technology in digital photography, robotic engineering, image processing, databases and conservation. This unique collaboration produced information for ten chapters of this volume.