We are Steve and Sylvia Wilbur and we originally set up Wilbur Imaging to provide workshops and colour management services to photographers. We no longer offer workshops or colour services but now provide and support DiCentra software for running digitally projected competitions for photographic clubs.
Wilbur Imaging is based in Beckenham, Kent. We are both enthusiastic photographers and a number of our images can be found on the pages of this site and in our galleries.
Steve is a keen photographer and has been using digital imaging since the early days of Photoshop 3. He was a Professor in Computer Science at University College London and has a wealth of experience in computing.
Together with Sylvia, he inaugurated the Beckenham Photographic Society Digital Imaging Group in 1997 and much of our earlier workshop material drew on the needs and experiences of that group. Since Photoshop 5.5 he has been using colour management to get repeatable and predictable colour for his images.
Steve was also a regular contributor to Digital Photo Art with a series on digital imaging techniques.
He has won a number of club awards for his photography, and all these images were produced digitally.
Sylvia is an enthusiastic photographer and has been using digital imaging since the early days of Photoshop 3. Until recently she was a Senior Lecturer in Computer Science at Queen Mary University of London and has a wealth of experience in computing. She was part of the team that installed the first Internet connection in the UK in the 1970s and is listed as one of the 100 women pioneers in computing.
Sylvia is a keen innovator having started using digital imaging in preference to a darkroom in 1996, and getting a Canon D30 shortly after they were launched. She has won a number of club and national awards for her photography, and all these images were produced digitally.
Her image of Sunset at Darlington Lake was shortlisted in the amateur category of the Wanderlust/Independent Travel Photo of the Year competition for 2004.