During the conference we had daily updates with selected visitor impressions and photos. All photos of the conference are online now, as well as all visitor impressions.
For all photos made during the conference: please have a look at the photo album
Peter Moerkerk, Zentralbibliothek, Zurich.
I attended Teaching you to fish by Don Williams, and before that Hans van Dormolen’s workshop. Even though the workshops are limited in time, they do give a good overview of the field we work in.
Kurt Heumiller, Yale Center for British Art.
I attended the workshop of Stuart Snydman (A deeper dive into IIIF). It was very informative. It’s good to see the people who are there and also see the future that’s coming up.
Theo de Nooij, National Library.
I’m here for two workshops, Robert Erdmann’s and Hans van Dormolen’s. It’s nice to see how things tie into each other, for example, how that target can be reused.
Christopher Strasbaugh, archivist and curator at Ohio State University:
I’m really impressed with the broadness of the content. It’s interesing for people who have been in the profession for years and at the same time it’s good for newbies.
Irene Hoekstra, photographer at the Rotterdam City Archives:
The stories I hear at this conference that are taken from actual practice really speak to me. It’s very captivating.
Thomas Scheidt, photographer at Philipps Universität Marburg and Bildarchiv Foto Marburg:
What we’re doing during these three days together is to see what’s very valuable in the scene, looking forward toward what is expected and what is possible.
John Tromp, photographer and owner of Studio Tromp in Rotterdam:
It’s terrific to be with colleagues to exchange ideas, to share experiences, and to get new ideas about photographing cultural heritage.
Ottar Andre Anderson, Ikamr, Norway:
This is my first year at the conference and I’m really impressed by the program. It’s hands-on and high quality, and that’s what we like in Norway.
Keats Webb, University of Brighton:
I’m an AHFAP member and I know that they put up great conferences. That’s the reason I’m visiting. And I’m very excited to see and hear Don Williams.
Liz McDermott, Head of web and new media, Getty Research Institute:
This is my first time at this conference and my first time in Amsterdam. It’s great and I’m already having a lot of fun!
David Neikirk, University of Southern Maine:
Eddy van Wessel was very intense. I came to the first conference, and I’m very glad with the program this year, it’s very helpful, especially in my field of work.