Scientific Documentation Technologist, Conservation Science Division
Main areas of work and/or specializations
- cultural heritage photography
- ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence photography
- visible-induced infrared luminescence photography
- reflected ultraviolet photography
- infrared photography
- reflectance transformation imaging (RTI)
- photogrammetry/3D imaging
- image stacking/Z-stacking
- industrial radiography
Germain Wiseman holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography (2012) from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He also received an advanced diploma in Graphic Design (2011) and a diploma in Photography (2007) from Fanshawe College in London, Ontario.
Germain joined the Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI) in 2016. He works as a scientific documentation technologist, providing advanced imaging services in support of CCI conservation and research projects. Prior to this, he worked as a digital imaging technician at Library and Archives Canada. His expertise in the cultural heritage imaging field spans over a decade.
Germain specializes in documentation and scientific imaging of cultural heritage. He develops and delivers imaging workshops and webinars for cultural heritage institutions across Canada, contributing to CCI’s mandate of knowledge dissemination.
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