Conservation of Photographs
Technical and professional information on the stability of the photographic image, both black-and-white and color. Recommended for anyone interested in photo preservation and fine-art photography. Covers restoration of deteriorated images, preservation through reproduction, storage, display, and more.
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Early Photographic Processes
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