Exploring the Future of Botanical Image Making
Laurence Hill will present an illustrated talk on his Fritillaria Icones Project and the role of botanical imagery in science
ONLINE LUNCHTIME LECTURE 12.30–13:00 WEDNESDAY, 13 JANUARY 2021
Our digitally connected world is profoundly image led yet the practice of botanical image making, and types of image commissioned is little changed in several hundred years. This is in contrast to advances in botanical science and demands placed on the profession.
Using examples from the Fritillaria Icones Project this lecture looks at structuring images for online use. Also, wider uses within botanical science and in science communication.
Laurence Hill is a botanical researcher and award-winning photographer with a special interest in Fritillaria.
- This event will take place on Zoom
- This event is free and open to all
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