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Lifetime of colour photographs in mixed archival collections

@inproceedings{Fenech2011LifetimeOC,
  title={Lifetime of colour photographs in mixed archival collections},
  author={Anne Fenech},
  year={2011}
}
  • A. Fenech
  • Published 28 October 2011
  • Engineering
Chromogenic prints, which make up around 99% of all colour photographs, are amongst the most vulnerable materials in archival storage. However, although environmental standards for storage are available, antagonistic requirements within archives mean that the recommended conditions are not always appropriate. This study evaluated the impact of mixed archival storage on chromogenic prints by following three lines of research: environmental, material and values. During storage, three… 
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