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Practical preservation and conservation of photographic objects focusing on issues of adjustment
Huňková, Anna ; JŮN, Libor (advisor) ; BORÝSKOVÁ, Štěpánka (referee)
The content of the paper focuses on the alignment of photographic techniques: daguerreotype, tintype, ambrotype. Student will deal with conservation and restoration of parts of alignment with regard to sensitive media - namely photographic image. Student will describe the types of damage and propose methods of conservation and restoration that occur on these types of materials.
Konzervátorské a restaurátorské postupy pro daguerrotypii a příbuzné fotografické techniky (finální verze). Památkový postup - Npam a jeho ověření v praxi.
Borýsková, Štěpánka ; Hnulíková, Blanka ; Huňková, Anna ; Jůn, Libor ; Lesenská, Lenka ; Petrillo, Sandra M. ; Švadlena, Jan ; Vávrová, Petra
The proposed preservation procedure Conservation and Restoration procedures for daguerreotype and related photographic techniques originated as a research activity carried out under the NAKI programme of the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic at the FAMU Department of Photography. Its fundamental principles and results have been examined within the framework of the MA studies of the separate field, the Photography Restoration, at the abovementioned Department. The procedure has been designed for professional conservators and restorers who are actively involved in the area of protection and preservation of photographic materials. This particular case concerned primarily the oldest photographic technique with a practical use – the daguerreotype – and some derived photographic techniques, such as ambrotype, ferrotype and others with similar problems regarding adjustment and framing methods, etc. Many of the presented practices and recommendations acquired more general character and should be applied in a broader frame of the photographic material preservation, and consequently contribute to more efficient care of the cultural heritage of the Czech Republic. The preservation procedure as a theoretical foundation is well applicable for custodians and curators of respective art collections and archival funds, and in addition – due to its origins within the university education – its didactic role is also significant. Together with a parallel research of other certified methodologies, it presents the most comprehensive methodological tool for the protection and preservation of the daguerreotype pictures in the contemporary Czech environment, including the application of the latest experience from abroad.
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