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Digital imaging

From: Barbara N. Brown <bnbrown>
Date: Wednesday, July 12, 1995
In reply to Bas van Velzen's posting for his colleague: yes,
research has been done comparing digital and analog duplication of
negatives, as well as print materials. The people to contact on this
topic are Steven Puglia at the National Archives and Records
Administration in Washington, D.C., and James Reilly at the Image
Permanence Institute. Jim gave a presentation on this topic at both
the AIC's Photographic Materials Group 1995 Winter Meeting (held in
D.C.), and at the IS&T's (Society for Imaging Science and
Technology)'s 48th Annual Meeting. His presentation is included in
the final program and proceedings for that conference. Jim Reilly
can be contacted at:

    Image Permanence Institute
    RIT
    70 Lomb Memorial Drive
    Rochester, NY  14623-5604.
    716-475-5199

The IS&T proceedings were published by: (sorry that I don't know the price)

    The Society for Imaging Science and Technology
    7003 Kilworth Lane
    Springfield, Va 22151
    USA

Hope this helps,

Barbara Brown

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