Ryerson Artspace: Fundamental Process Tutorial by Image Reduction Service
Featured Exhibition for the 2017 Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival
Closed Screening: Thursday, May 4th, 2017: 7 – 10pm.
Exhibition Run: Thursday, May 4th, 2017 – Sunday, May 28th, 2017
You are invited to attend the first ever Fundamental Process Tutorial for the brand-new Image Reduction Service process. Participants can expect an illuminating theoretical and technical demonstration of the Image Reduction Service process that comprises an exciting series of practical demonstrations as they pertain to the innovative methods and concepts of phase-based reduction, image-slip extrapolation analysis, and total information density absolution. You will be introduced to the latest image processing and analysis technology/methodology for the reduction of images to their essential components. If you are curious about cutting-edge work in the field of image processing and analysis, consider a Fundamental Process Tutorial today.
MAY 4th REGISTRATION: Please note that there will not be a standard opening reception for this event. To register for a Fundamental Process Tutorial session on launch night at Ryerson Artspace, email ryersonartspace@gmail.
If you do not arrive at your scheduled time, your slot will be given up and you may be turned away or asked to wait for the next session. Space is limited and time is short!
Image Reduction Service was founded to understand contemporary image information and remains the leader in its field today. Beginning with research into image information density, they quickly developed into the leading experts on image information density analysis with the discovery of their formula for determining the universal image acceptance quotient. Image Reduction Service values the very things it embodied from the very beginning: a curiosity and drive to determine without unnecessary confusion and aggravation the meaning and message of the ever elusive image. Today, they are also the premiere source for Reduction science solutions: from cutting edge research tools to home and office applications, the Image Reduction Service system offers the very best to anyone in need – all at the press of a single button.