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Old 05-15-2009, 12:26 AM
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Default "Storage & archiving of slide film" ala flickr.com

Discussion topic in the "SLIDE FILM (*Not Xpro*)" flickr.com group,

"Storage & archiving of slide film"
http://www.flickr.com/groups/slidefi...7607085080681/

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Here digest this
http://www.wilhelm-research.com/pdf/..._HiRes_v1a.pdf
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Chapter 18 - The Permanence and Care of Color Photographs"

Includes projection and fading. It's 30 pages and 3.2 MB.
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I have the book, The Permanance and Care of Color Photographs, that that passage came from and I highly reccomend it to anyone who is even the least bit serious about keeping any photographic material (b&w, color, still and movie).
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Having skimmed through the Wilhelm work, I have decided to take a more serious look at how I am archiving film materials, particularly now that I am living in a more humid coastal climate. To date, my archive has been something of a mixed bag: 35mm Kodachrome (and more recently Ektachrome E100G/VS) slides have been stored in 140-capacity Logan metal boxes and 120 format negative and transparency materials as well as 35mm black and white negatives are stored in Printfile archival pages. While I have no qualms about the Printfile pages, I find the Logans wanting. The boxes are well-constructed, but still let in a great deal of dust and who knows what else. And they also take up a fair bit of room.

Fortunately my new condo has a "den" (a term liberally used by my realtor) which currently serves as an office/study/film-freezer room and which, with a minor rearrangement of furniture, would allow for the addition of a "film fridge" to store my work. I have already made the decision to continue to utilize Printfile pages for the bulk of my work (switching to archival binders, of course), but I am in a bit of a quandary as to how my slide collection should be housed. Obviously, I am looking for boxes or trays constructed from archival materials; these trays or boxes would also need to be less cumbersome than the Logans (holding the equivalent of two or three rolls each, at most).

So...let me throw open a couple of questions: How do some of you folks in Kodachrome Projectland archive your work? Insofar as trays or boxes are concerned, are there any recommendations? Are there advantages of trays/boxes vs archival pages, or vice versa?

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Interesting info
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