To understand how to correctly identify and preserve photographs, we must first understand how they degrade and decay. A full understanding of the factors and processes which cause damage and loss to photographic objects is critical to the essential cause of photographic preservation, and underpins both preventive and interventive conservation.
This course works through essential foundational material, and then examines from both theoretical and practical standpoints the science of photographic degradation.
We’re in an age of webinars now, and that’s excellent. However, we didn’t set out to teach you something you can learn in an hour. Photographic conservation and preservation are expansive topics in a field where comprehensive training opportunities are few and far between.
That’s why we have invested in working towards a deep training program with relevance to vocational work in the heritage sector.
Watch our latest trailer and see the course outline below.
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