Last month we were pleased to host a training event at the Getty Research Institute (GRI) in Los Angeles, California, for the digitization team. The focus was Capture One Cultural Heritage Edition and workflows surrounding our Cultural Heritage Digitization product line. DTDCH is a firm believer in providing complete solutions, including not just hardware, but tightly integrated software, carefully thought out workflow, and the training and support to get the most out of them. The folks at the GRI are always wonderful whenever we visit, and we look forward to returning when they host IS&T this Spring (our event detail page for that will be up soon).
“It is crucial to the mission of the Getty Research Institute that our imaging team remains current with and contributes to the workflows involved with archival digitization. Receiving formalized instruction and achieving certification in our essential software, like Capture One Cultural Heritage Edition, greatly aids this department’s ability to help advance public and scholarly access to, and understanding of, the visual arts through the GRI’s art historical materials.” — Chris Edwards, Head of Digital Services, Getty Research Institute