(This hybrid event is open to all, including non-members. Image courtesy of Pixabay.)
Back by popular demand! This topic was originally presented at the 2022 INCOSE San Diego Mini-Conference, and will now be presented again both in person and virtually.
Systems Engineering and Photography? You Bet!
There are many examples of how SE is used to successfully develop technical systems such as satellites and software. But can systems engineering principles also be applied to more creative endeavors such as photography? This presentation will discuss specific use cases of using SE requirements, planning, and discipline to achieve a desired effect during photo shoots.
Date: Wednesday, 22 Feb 2023, 5:45-7:00pm (presentation starts at 6pm) Pacific Time
Location: Filippis Restaurant in Kearny Mesa (San Diego), 5353 Kearny Villa Rd, San Diego, CA 92123 (Google Maps)
Cost: Free! There will also be an optional buffet (Italian food) for $5 for INCOSE members, $15 non-INCOSE members starting about 5:30pm – please join us!!
This HYBRID event will also be webcast! See below for link.
Meeting ID: 899 3988 7331
Join by Skype for Business
Abstract: What does it take to get great photographs? Like systems engineering, a disciplined approach. While photography is a combination of technical skill and artistic vision, there are also many processes involved, which are based on questions:
- What do you want to photograph?
- What are the conditions?
- What are your tools (and do you know them well enough to effectively use them)?
Like systems engineering, taking the right approach in photography can put you in the best position for success. This presentation will discuss the fundamentals of successful modern day digital photography and how they align with SE practices.
Bio: Greg Bulla is a software systems engineer in support of the Naval Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) Headquarters division in San Diego, California, where he participates in systems engineering reviews of large DOD programs. His education includes a Bachelors degree in Aerospace Engineering and Masters degree in Computer Science, and he holds active INCOSE CSEP certification. He presently serves as the INCOSE San Diego board of directors (BOD) as VP of Communications, and is an INCOSE SD Past President. He also chairs the INCOSE Systems Engineering and Lawmaking (SELAW) Working Group.
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