I offer photographer-specific technical and creative consulting through the Philadelphia Lens Library.
As a photographer with programming and development experience, I also offer consulting and training for clients facing image capture and data management challenges, including:
field-based data and image capture and integration methods across multiple devices and involving multiple users
prototyping and fabricating custom devices
rapid prototyping of data management solutions
post-capture workflow and analysis, including solutions with MATLAB, NumPy and Scikit
photogrammetry, and site modeling and analysis
Recent solutions include:
developing log frame and marker frame workflows for multi-camera, multi-user capture missions that enable any commercially-available DSLR cameras to log complex mission data and boundaries of image classes on a stand-alone basis, without a separate device
using Hough transformations to analyze very large sets of similar but non-identical images and define image classes
rapid database prototyping for Fortune 500 customer application
developing a capture method for time-synched mission data using standard barcode devices, instead of having a client spend thousands for custom software development using a mobile tablet
proof of concept for motion- and tilt-resistant heading capture device as a superior performance to consumer-grade tilt-compensated solutions without cost precision-grade targeting solutions
I would be happy to speak to you about what solutions may exist to your technical challenges. Please get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org or office: +1-215-821-7161.
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