Tag: photograph conservation

FREE! Photographic Process ID Charts

FREE! Photographic Process ID Charts Photograph Conservator, Gawain Weaver, has made available these handy and well-designed identification charts of 19th century photographic prints and photo-mechanical (lithography, collotypes, etc) processes! A great addition to any conservation lab, special collections reading room, or archives processing area! They […]

Repairing Lantern Slides

Repairing Lantern Slides I have recently repaired and housed a couple lantern slides, which I can now take with me as a “physical portfolio” on interviews. I thought I would briefly outline some of the steps taken to do so…

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Photo Conservation for Book and Paper Conservators“ hosted by the Duke Libraries Verne and Tanya Roberts Conservation Lab, and taught by Gawain Weaver and Jennifer Olsen of Gawain Weaver Art Conservation. Find out what we learned on Preservation Underground.

I’ve taken Gawain’s Photo Identification class before and would highly recommend any of his classes to those interested in photograph conservation/preservation. He’s a great teacher!