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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Wilhelm, Henry Gilmer, 1943-
Permanence and care of color photographs.
Grinnell, Iowa, U.S.A. : Preservation Pub. Co., ©1993
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Henry Gilmer Wilhelm; Carol Brower
|ISBN:||0911515003 9780911515008 0911515011 9780911515015|
|Description:||ix, 744 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm|
|Contents:||Traditonal and digital color prints, color negatives, and color slides: which products last longest? --
Accelerated tests for measuring light fading, dark fading, and yellowish stain formation in color prints and films --
Light fading stability of displayed color prints --
The effects of print lacquers, plastic laminates, 3M Photogard, and UV-absorbing plastic filters --
Dark fading and yellowish staining of color prints, transparencies, and negatives --
Projector-caused fading of 35mm color slides --
Monitoring the long-term fading and staining of color photographs in museum and archive collections --
Color print fading and the professional portrait and wedding photographer --
what to do about a troubling situation --
The permanent preservation of color motion pictures --
The extraordinarily stable technicolor dye-inhibition motion picture color print process (1932-1987) --
Print mounting adhesives and techniques, tapes, rubber stamps, pencils, inks, and spotting methods for color and B & W prints --
The handling, preservation, and conservation matting of photographs --
Composition, pH, testing, and light fading stability of mount boards and other paper products used with photographs --
Envelopes and sleeves for films and prints --
Framing materials, storage boxes, portfolio cases, albums, cabinets, and shelves --
The storage environment for photographs: relative humidity, temperature, air pollution, dust, and the prevention of fungus --
Display and illumination of color and black-and-white prints --
Handling and preservation of color slide collections --
Frost-free refrigerators for storing color and black-and-white films and prints --
Large-scale, humidity-controlled cold storage facilities for the permanent preservation of B & W and color films, prints, and motion pictures.
|Responsibility:||by Henry Wilhelm with contributing author, Carol Brower.|
- Photographs -- Conservation and restoration.
- Motion picture film -- Preservation.
- Motion Pictures as Topic.
- Photographies -- Conservation et restauration.
- Films (Pellicules cinématographiques) -- Conservation.
- Conservacao museografica.
- Motion picture film -- Preservation
- Photographs -- Conservation and restoration