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for: ‘November, 2011’

New Database of Subtrates Used for Giclée Printmaking

In an effort to assist our customers in evaluating the enormous number of fine art papers, photo papers, and canvas used to make giclée prints, we’ve photographed over 70 substrates and built a massive database of these products. You can filter the database by type of substrate, manufacturer, blend, and texture, and then rapidly sort …

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Creekside Digital Sponsors LYRASIS 2011 eGathering Annual Member Meeting

We are pleased to be an official sponsor of the LYRASIS 2011 Annual Member Meeting.  We’re now in the second year of our partnership with LYRASIS, whose Mass Digitization Collaborative Program has allowed us to deliver terabytes of data and millions of files digitized from microfilm to LYRASIS member institutions nationwide.  Now more than ever, …

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Excellent example of a #FADGI compliant, high volume mass #digitization project yielding images that are measurably sharper, evenly illuminated, and with accurate colors and free from color casts, noise, and other unwanted artifacts. Actually shooting targets AND routinely *verifying* them with software ensures that your imaging system is performing correctly over the course of a long-running project and is a big part "doing it right" as defined by our nation's leading cultural institutions.Tis the season for mass digitization! We’ve digitized over 2,000 posters in our first few weeks of production with National Museum of American History Archives Center and we’re excited to finish the collection in the new year! If you’re home for the holidays, help us transcribe the catalog sheets for the posters: transcription.si.edu/node/40 over at Smithsonian Transcription Center ... See MoreSee Less

Excellent example of a #FADGI compliant, high volume mass #digitization project yielding images that are measurably sharper, evenly illuminated, and with accurate colors and free from color casts, noise, and other unwanted artifacts.  Actually shooting targets AND routinely *verifying* them with software ensures that your imaging system is performing correctly over the course of a long-running project and is a big part doing it right as defined by our nations leading cultural institutions.

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Smithsonian Mass Digitization
How do you move 10,960 National Museum of American History posters from their permanent storage location to a mass digitization production set and back again? By trained professionals, very carefully!
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