Camilla Perondi took a training course on multispectral imaging  last year and just recently she got her master degree in Science for the Conservation-Restoration of Cultural Heritage. I was her co-supervisor for her thesis “2D and 3D documentation, digital preservation and valorization of cultural objects using Digital Single-Lens Reflex cameras”.  She presented as case studies the art we examined in Aci Sant’Antonio (Sicily) , in particular the series of newly discovered 1700s frescoes in the Mather church. I encourage those interested in multispectral imaging and 3D photomodeling to contact Camilla –cam.perondi@gmail.com– and ask her an electronic copy of her thesis.

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Camilla per­form­ing Panoramic Infrared Reflec­tog­ra­phy on a 1920’ Sicil­ian cart board.