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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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A little bit of website maintenance, and gallery wraps galore!

Greetings: It’s another hot summer day here in Glen Arm: 97 degrees and rainforest-like. We have two larger microfilm digitization jobs which we’re currently seeing through, both of which should be ready to ship by next week.  I spent part of today hiding inside in the AC, revising and refitting a lot of the content …

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Just how many books are there? How about 129,864,880!

Yesterday, Google posted on the official Inside Google Books blog that, by their calculation, there are approximately that many books out there. From our perspective, wow, that’s a lot of work! Capturing books at the highest quality possible, as well as scanning microfilm and similar items such as manuscripts, ledgers, scrapbooks, et al, ad naseum, …

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What Kind of Microfilm do I Have?

We get a lot of questions from folks who have documents on microform but are not sure exactly what they have. Hopefully this post will clarify things a bit. Creekside Digital can scan all of the following major types of microform: Rollfilm. As its name implies, rollfilm is a roll or spool of film containing …

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To OCR or Not to OCR . . . ?

Optical Character Recognition, or OCR for short, is a type of software designed to extract text from images (for example, digitized images of your rollfilm) and output it to a file such as a PDF or text file. Creekside Digital often runs OCR on digitized rollfilm and creates searchable PDF files. But will it work …

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Flat-Rate Pricing – Why it Matters

Creekside Digital does things differently than most of the other microfilm digitization vendors out there: all of the rollfilm projects we quote are bid using flat per-roll pricing. There are a few reasons we do this, which we’ll get into shortly, but the bottom line is that what’s good for our customers is good for …

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Smithsonian Mass Digitization: National Museum of American History, National Numismatic CollectionMass Digitization of National Museum of American History - National Numismatic Collection coin collections View the collection here: americanhistory.... ... See MoreSee Less

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Smithsonian Mass DigitizationPssst! Have you noticed approximately 10,000 coins from our project with the National Numismatic Collection, National Museum of American History are already online? The entirety of the Josiah K. Lilly Jr. and Paul A. Straub collections have been digitized and are making their way online as we continue to digitize an additional 13,000 coins and medals from the Grand Duke Georgii Mikhailovich Collection. 🇺🇸💰#digitization #mondaymotivation ... See MoreSee Less

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