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Reprotisch Dunco

Reprotisch (65×60cm) von Dunco zum abfotografieren grösserer Formate. Mit integriertem Leuchtpult (42×30cm) zum abfotografieren von Grossformat-Negativen.
Max. Höhe der Kamera über dem Tisch: 110cm
Die Kamera kann über die Canon EOS Utility-Software eingestellt und ausgelöst werden.

CHF 5.00 pro Stunde

Reprotisch Dunco

APPLE iMAC 27-Zoll (Video)

4 GHz Intel Core i7 // MacOS High Sierra (10.13.6)

Adobe Master Collection CS6 und Adobe CC
Video: DaVinci Resolve Studio und Final Cut Pro

Videoschnittplatz inkl. Monitor EIZO Color Edge, Kopfhörer und Multimedia Monitor Boxen.

Kann stundenweise und im Voraus reserviert werden.
CHF: 5.00/Stunde

APPLE iMAC 27-Zoll (Video)

APPLE iMAC 27-Zoll (Grafik)

3.2 GHz Intel Core i5 // MacOS Mojave (10.14.6)

Adobe CS 5 und Adobe CC Master Collection
Scanprogramm: VueScan

Kann stundenweise und im Voraus reserviert werden.
CHF 5.00/Stunde

APPLE iMAC 27-Zoll (Grafik)

Apple iMac 27-Zol (Print)

3.2 GHz Intel Core i5 // MacOS X 10.11.6

Adobe CS4 und Adobe CS6
Datenhandling: Toast Titanium, Microsoft Office, Adobe Acrobat Pro

CHF: 5.00/Stunde

Apple iMac 27-Zol (Print)

SCANNER A4 (Epson Perfection V850 Pro)

Scanbereich max. 216mm × 297mm
Super Resolution-Objektiv 6.400 × 9.600 dpi

Durchlichtfunktion für:
35-mm-Filmstreifen, 35-mm-Dias, 120/220-Mittelformat (max. 6 × 20 cm), 5 × 4 Zoll, Bis zu 203 × 254 mm (8 × 10 Zoll) mit Filmführung, Bis zu 149 × 247 mm

Software: Silverfast 8 oder VueScan
APPLE Mac Pro, DuaL

CHF 5.00/Stunde

SCANNER NEGATIVE/DIAS (NIKON COOLSCAN IV ED)

Scanner für Negativ-Streifen und gerahmte Dias.
Auflösung bis 2900dpi.
Software: VueScan

CHF 5.00/Stunde

Free WiFi im Kulturbüro

Passwort erfährst du an der Theke

VERBRAUCHSARTIKEL

Verschiedene elektronische Verbrauchsartikel wie Rohlinge (CD, DVD) und Hüllen (CD, DVD) sind im Kulturbüro günstig erhältlich.

Yasser Booley: Yasser Booleymehrplus

Yasser Booley (1975*) has been photographing his surroundings since 1992, when he received his first camera from his father as a gift. His approach and style developed and evolved on the streets of Cape Town, an ofttimes violent city, made all the more violent in contrast to the incredible natural beauty, and beauty of the people who live there. He cut his teeth working as a stringer for local national newspapers and as producer, fixer on documentaries and short films.

The first time he studied photography came 3 years after he started working for one of the major national newspapers in South Africa, where he studied documentary photography in Berlin.
He has exhibited his work in Spain, Britain, Iceland, South Africa, America, Australia, Belgium and Holland, the last two as a result of his monograph ‘South Africa at Liberty’ being launched in Brussels in 2016. Most of his exhibitions have taken place outside the conventional “art world” in order to make his photography accessible to the ‘man on the street’ as he believes the power of art across the barriers of language, race and culture is its ability to inspire, remind and inform and that this cannot be limited only to people who visit galleries.

He is very interested in putting photography in unconventional public spaces and seeing how people engage with the work.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BiCoiY5l522/

The visual language whether we realise it or not has become ubiquitous in modern society and plays a very important role in shaping the way we see the world and more importantly ourselves and this is the space he prefers to ‘play’ in, using photography as a pedagogic method to open the possibility of being able to choose how we ‘see’.
https://www.instagram.com/yasserbooley/

Yasser Booley (1975*) has been photographing his surroundings since 1992, when he received his first camera from his father as a gift. His approach and style developed and evolved on the streets of Cape Town, an ofttimes violent city, made all the more violent in contrast to the incredible natural beauty, and beauty of the people who live there. He cut his teeth working as a stringer for local national newspapers and as producer, fixer on documentaries and short films.

The first time he studied photography came 3 years after he started working for one of the major national newspapers in South Africa, where he studied documentary photography in Berlin.
He has exhibited his work in Spain, Britain, Iceland, South Africa, America, Australia, Belgium and Holland, the last two as a result of his monograph ‘South Africa at Liberty’ being launched in Brussels in 2016. Most of his exhibitions have taken place outside the conventional “art world” in order to make his photography accessible to the ‘man on the street’ as he believes the power of art across the barriers of language, race and culture is its ability to inspire, remind and inform and that this cannot be limited only to people who visit galleries.

He is very interested in putting photography in unconventional public spaces and seeing how people engage with the work.
https://www.instagram.com/p/BiCoiY5l522/

The visual language whether we realise it or not has become ubiquitous in modern society and plays a very important role in shaping the way we see the world and more importantly ourselves and this is the space he prefers to ‘play’ in, using photography as a pedagogic method to open the possibility of being able to choose how we ‘see’.
https://www.instagram.com/yasserbooley/

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