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  • thomasgeorge
    Cleaning originals
    by thomasgeorge
    Regarding the cleaning of you restrict this to only the gelatin prints or do you extend this to the albumin prints as well? It was my understanding based on a study done by Paul Messier and Timothy Vitale and reported in the Journal of the American Institute for Conservation, 1994 vol....
    01-20-2002, 04:41 PM
  • Doug Nelson
    History assignment
    by Doug Nelson
    I thought this might be an enlightening project that we all can participate in:
    1. Pick a local (to you) history museum or historical society
    2. Contact them (any way you're comfortable with, email, phone, in person, etc.)
    3. Find out who their main photo person is
    4. Briefly interview that person
    07-11-2004, 08:58 AM
  • Doug Nelson
    [Definition] Archival
    by Doug Nelson
    The world is a dangerous place for photos. Sometimes it seems that almost everything in the world, from the air to the sun and virtually everything man-made, is bad for photos. Luckily, there are products and techniques that can and have been proven to do no damage to photos. These products and techniques...
    02-02-2002, 02:08 PM
  • Paul
    Guidelines for ethical restoration of historical photos
    by Paul
    "These proposed guidelines are sponsored by DigitalCustom Group, Inc. and Fratelli Alinari to assist individuals and institutions who are involved in formulating policies for the ethical, accurate digital restoration of historical photos and other images that are maintained as part of historical...
    03-20-2003, 09:13 PM
  • thomasgeorge
    Preserve and protect Ambrotypes from further deterioration/damage
    by thomasgeorge
    First, unless one is experienced and skilled in the complex methods of cleaning and restoring Ambrotypes or Daguerrotypes, it is wiser to take them to a trained and recognized Conservator..these old photo types are very succeptable to damage if handled wrong. That being said there are a few things an...
    01-03-2002, 07:55 AM