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Professor of Imaging and Photographic Technology
Fields of Expertise:
Imaging & Media > Photography
|Dept/Division:||College of Imaging Arts and Sciences|
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His main area of interest is in the application of photography as a tool for solving technical, engineering, forensic and scientific problems. In addition, he has an interest in special effects used in commercial/advertising photography and has developed novel cameras for recording of special events and situations.
He can speak on technical and scientific applications of photography-forensic, high speed, infrared and velocity recording cameras, time-lapse photography, ultraviolet, panoramic, peripheral, racetrack photo finish and ballistic photography.
Davidhazy served as a consultant in photographic instrumentation for NASA, Mobil, Kodak and Xerox and has received grants to teach high-speed camera and photographic techniques. He collaborated on an investigation for the House Select Committee on the assassination of President Kennedy.
He is the chair of the imaging and photographic technology program in RIT's School of Photographic Arts and Sciences and received his bachelor's in professional photographic illustration (1966) and master's in graphic design (1968) from Rochester Institute of Technology.