Alexandre Leão is a Photography and Scientific Imaging Professor at UFMG – Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais – Brazil. He completed his Doctor of Arts (2011) with emphasis on Image Technology, Master in Visual Arts (2005), degree in mechanical industrial engineering (1993). Alexandre works professionally with photography, scanning, color management for digital imaging, colorimetry, and scientific imaging documentation of cultural heritage. He also coordinates projects in the photographic film scanning area, using computational tools and colorimetry in color restoration of digital images. Member of ICOM (International Council of Museums) and IS&T (Society for Imaging Science and Technology). Finally, Alexandre is the coordinator of iLAB – Laboratory of Scientific Imaging, at UFMG – Brazil.
Monday, 1:10 p.m. – 2:10 p.m. Smartphone Cameras: How Accurate is the Color?
These days, it’s almost a reflex to reach for our smartphones and snap a photo in an instant, but have you ever stopped to consider just how accurate is the color of these images? Learn how four of the most popular smartphones match up using auto settings and discover what’s possible—and what’s not—in smartphone color reproduction.