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Videos from BIOCOMM 2016 YouTube Channel

The BCA's YouTube channel features educational videos on photographic techniques.

Capturing the Moment
Al Bello

Award-winning photographer Al Bello tells what inspires him to explore angles, experiment with techniques and tell powerful stories through photography. Al will present sports photographs and portraits from his 26 years of shooting sporting events from around the world. Al Bello is the Chief Sports Photographer in North America for Getty Images. He has worked on editorial assignments for Sports Illustrated, ESPN the Magazine, Time, Maxim, and The New York Times.


Winglight Flash Modifier
Jim Koepfler

Jim Koepfler gives a brief presentation on the light modifier “Winglight” and its potential role in making quick and easy passport photos. Jim is a medical photographer at Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston MA


In Their Own Words (Digital Storytelling)
Paul Crompton

Using digital storytelling techniques Paul Crompton has been illustrating the work of the project through the voices of those taking part, both staff and students. In his presentation Paul will discuss the concept of digital storytelling and describe the techniques used to produce them. Paul Crompton has recently retired as Director of the Media Resources Centre at the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff, UK.


Design Considerations for Mobile Development
Connie Johansen, RBP

Connie Johansen, RBP is a Supervisory Multimedia Specialist for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. Her presentation from BIOCOMM 2016 in New Orleans is a broad overview of design for the mobile environment.


Photography of Artifacts from the Collections of the National Museum of Health and Medicine
Matthew Breitbart

Matthew Breitbart is the photographer (Contractor, ARP Sciences LLC) at the National Museum of Health and Medicine in Silver Spring, MD.


Scientific Visualization in Online Education: 10.03x The Principles of Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing
Betsy Skrip, MFA

Betsy Skrip, a Scientific/Medical Illustrator at MIT's Center for Biomedical Innovation, spoke at BIOCOMM 2016 about "Science Visualization in Online Education."


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