Fundamentals of photograph conservation : a study guide

@article{Hendriks1994FundamentalsOP,
  title={Fundamentals of photograph conservation : a study guide},
  author={Klaus B. Hendriks},
  journal={Journal of The American Institute for Conservation},
  year={1994},
  volume={33},
  pages={317}
}
  • K. Hendriks
  • Published 23 January 1994
  • Environmental Science
  • Journal of The American Institute for Conservation
The purpose of the present study is to summarize laboratory experiments and their theoretical foundations that are helpful in introducing interested students to practical work in the field of photograph conservation. The book includes chapters on: photograph conservation training program; darkroom and laboratory equipment and procedures; light-sensitive materials; theory, structure, and deterioration mechanisms; black-and-white processing; historical photographic processes; duplication and… 

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