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    Guide to Archival Picture Framing

    We have republished a guide to framing photographs from the Image Permanence Institute here:
    http://www.framedestination.com/pict...omponents.html

    Cheers,
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    Very interesting indeed, much of which I had learned and actively practiced with my framers since 1993. I have always specified Crescent Rag Mat (5 or 9-ply) and TruVue UV retardant glass for exhibiting Ilfochromes under spots. The cost of framing an image like this (chiefly Ilfochromes) has risen dramatically since the start in the early-1990s.

    A typo for correction, http://www.framedestination.com/photo_preservation.html

    The more this happens, the more the image faces. This process is called photolysis.

    ~should be fades?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poisson Du Jour View Post

    The more this happens, the more the image faces. This process is called photolysis.

    ~should be fades?
    Thanks for letting us know...I have fixed they typo.

    Cheers,
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