WORKSHOP PHOTOGRAPHY INTEGRATED
LABORATORIO INTEGRATO DI FOTOGRAFIA
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|Paolo Antonino Maria Triolo||Monday 1pm-2pm; on appointment|
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Course with optional materials in a foreign language
This course is entirely taught in Italian. Study materials can be provided in the foreign language and the final exam can be taken in the foreign language.
Assigned to the Degree Course
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Full knowledge and understanding of the theoretical foundations of diagnostics and the standards of correct documentation; understanding of the potential, difficulties and method of diagnostics. Application of the acquired knowledge in the laboratory or on site; practical execution of diagnostic surveys in autonomy; ability to solve problems related to the practical application of the acquired knowledge, ensuring a high quality result. Assessment of relevant conditions and adaptability; selection of diagnostic techniques most consistent with case studies and ability to cross data; understanding of results, assessment of the condition of the cultural object examined in relation to the conservative process; suggest hypotheses of conducting the diagnostic approach, in the sense of planning intervention. Ability to translate in technical and complete way, through written or oral reports, the information obtained from the diagnostic surveys; critical comparison on the results among students, with teacher in relation to information from other teachers of the course or from external sources. Learn to recognize the conservative conditions of a work also through alternative or non-priority diagnostic surveys and through secondary elements and accessories to optimize the interpretation of data. Knowledge of diagnostic techniques of minor diffusion or application not strictly related to the reference support of the course or to the chronological and stylistic framing of the works in the laboratory
A. Theoretical lessons (with video support and slides 32 hours)
1. introduction to photographic documentation and multispectral imaging for BB.CC. (8 hours)
2. case studies and interpretation of data on stock material (8 hours)
3. technique and instrumentation (2 hours)
4. computational techniques (2 hours)
5. procedures for diagnostic analysis (2 hours)
6. integrated reading and comparison between working groups (10 hours)
B. Practical lessons with computer support (32 hours computer support)
1. Colorcorrection with for visible light (4 hours)
2. Multispectral colorcorrection (6 hours)
3. Post-production for fake colors (4 hours)
4. Post-production of multiple images Mosaic, Focus Stacking, Luministic Balance (8 hours)
5. Post-production computational techniques (4 hours)
6. Image data optimizations (2 hours)
7. Cataloging and storing image data (2 hours)
8. Multilevel files for diagnostic reading (2 hours)
C. Practical lessons in the laboratory and installation room (with technical equipment supplied by the laboratory, staff of the teacher and, optionally, staff of the students 64 hours)
1. General methodology for photographic survey in diffuse light (8 hours)
2. General methodology for photographic survey in plain visible light(4 hours)
3. General methodology for UV fluorescence detection (8 hours)
4. General methodology for UV reflectography survey (2 hours)
5. General methodology for photography survey and IR reflectography (8 hours)
6. General methodology for VIL and VIVL luminescence survey (4 hours)
7. General methodology for making false colors (4 hours)
8. ADVANCED DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES: Transillumination in visible light and in multispectral environment (4 hours)
9. ADVANCED DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES: Mononodal and multi-modal mosaics and panoramas (8 hours)
10. ADVANCED DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES: multiple exposures and focus stacking (8 hours)
11. COMPUTATIONAL DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES: Reflectance transformation multispectral imaging (RTI) and photomodeling for fast image data optimization (4 hours)
12. RX imaging: Image data management elements (2 hours)
The course involves attending the course of Photography prof. L. Marra, I year) and Photography for diagnostics (prof. P. Triolo II year). For students who have not taken such courses, the program will be specifically agreed.
Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)
D.1 Knowledge and understanding of the theoretical foundations of diagnostics and of the standards of correct documentation; understanding of the potential, difficulties and method of diagnostics.
D.2 Laboratory application of the acquired knowledge; practical execution of diagnostic findings; ability to solve problems related to the practical application of the acquired knowledge.
D.3 Assessment of relevant conditions and adaptability; selection of diagnostic techniques most consistent with case studies and data crossing capability; understanding of results, assessment of the condition of the cultural asset examined in relation to the conservative process; suggest hypotheses of conducting the diagnostic approach.
D.4 Ability to translate information obtained from diagnostic findings into written or oral reports; critical comparison of results.
D.5 Learning about the conservative conditions of a work also through alternative or non-priority diagnostic surveys and through secondary elements and accessories to optimize the interpretation of data
The teaching material prepared by the lecturer in addition to recommended textbooks (such as for instance slides, lecture notes, exercises, bibliography) and communications from the lecturer specific to the course can be found inside the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it
Any digital activities and support tools can be found within the Moodle blended.uniurb.it platform (http://blended.uniurb.it/)
Didactics, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment
Frontal and interactive lessons; practical-application lessons in the laboratory
Compulsory attendance of 75% on each section of the laboratory
- Course books
The teaching material prepared by the teacher in addition to the recommended texts (such as articles, slides, handouts, exercises, bibliography) and the teacher’s specific communications for teaching can be found within the Moodle blended.uniurb.it platform (http://blended.uniurb.it)
TEXTS OF STUDY
Paolo Antonino Maria Triolo, Manuale pratico di documentazione e diagnostica per immagine per i BB.CC., Il Prato, Padova, 2019
G. Verri, J. Cupitt, Multispectral Imaging in Reflectance and Photo-induced Luminescence modes: A User Manual, Charisma Project, British Museum, 2013
TEXTS OF FURTHER STUDY
AA.VV., La fabbrica dei colori, Il Bagatto, Roma 1986.
Aldrovandi A., Picollo M., Metodi di documentazione e di indagini non invasive sui dipinti, Il prato, Padova, 2001.
Matteini M., Moles A., Scienza e restauro, Nardini Editore, Firenze, 1998
Poldi G., Villa G., Dalla conservazione alla storia dell'arte, Edizioni della Normale, Pisa, 2006.
M. Cardinali, M.B. De Ruggieri, C. Falcucci, Diagnostica Artistica, Palombi Editori, 2002
Oral assessment during exam sessions. In reference to the sanitary and organizational conditions the examination could be of type "to distance", with use of platform of digital connection.
The exam is divided into sections:
• Theoretical knowledge (multispectral imaging and diagnostic topics)
• Practical knowledge of application and design of the set
• Diagnostic interpretation of proposed case studies using computer support
Additional Information for Non-Attending Students
Students who have not attended at least 75% of each laboratory section will not be allowed to take partial exams.
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