The Met Museum Just Made 375,000 Images Open Access
On Tuesday, the Metropolitan Museum of Art moved to make all of the public-domain images of artwork in their possession—around 375,000—free for anyone to use under a Creative Commons Zero license, known as CC0.
Genus are interested in finding a camera, photographic enlarger, processor and a silver film duplicator from the 1940’s or earlier and intrigued to know if any organisation, bureaus or microfilm enthusiasts alike still have or even use any vintage microfilm equipment?
Our digitisation workshops are for the libraries, archives and museums sector. Our main aim will be to show you an end to end digitisation process from capture through to online serving of the digitised content
Rare Images Reveal the Horror of Submarine Warfare
Never before seen photos from our Archive offer a rare and striking insight into the First World War at sea and Britain under threat of starvation. The images were revealed earlier this month to mark the centenary of Germany's declaration of unrestricted submarine warfare on 1st February 1917.
Micrographic goods and services in the UK are fully covered in Microfilm Today by G G Baker & Associates
All micrographic entries have now been transferred from the Encyclopedia of Document Management to a brand new web directory and it is surprisingly large - proof that micrographics is still valued as the ultimate medium for long-term preservation.