Wilhelm, Henry Gilmer, 1943-
Permanence and care of color photographs.
Grinnell, Iowa, U.S.A. : Preservation Pub. Co., c1993
Henry Gilmer Wilhelm; Carol Brower
|ISBN:||0911515003 9780911515008 0911515011 9780911515015|
|描述：||ix, 744 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm.|
|内容：||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.
|責任：||by Henry Wilhelm with contributing author, Carol Brower.|
Reference source for the care and preservation of photographs and motion picture film. Evaluates the light fading and dark fading/yellowing characteristics of color transparency films, color negative films, and color photographic papers, with recommendations for the longest-lasting products. High-resolution ink jet, dye sublimation, color electrophotographic, and other digital imaging technologies are discussed, as are conservation matting, mount boards, framing, slide pages, negative and print enclosures, storage boxes, densitometric monitoring of black-and-white and color prints in museum and archive collections, the care of color slide collections, the permanent preservation of color motion pictures, the preservation of cellulose nitrate films, and many other topics.
- Photographs -- Conservation and restoration.
- Motion picture film -- Preservation.
- Conservacao museografica.
- Photographies -- Conservation et restauration.
- Films (Pellicules cinématographiques) -- Conservation.
- Motion Pictures as Topic.
- Motion picture film -- Preservation
- Photographs -- Conservation and restoration