The Archival Quality Of Digital Print Media
A Conversation With Henry Wilhelm
Henry Wilhelm is a true leader
in the field of image permanence. Involved in photography since childhood,
Henry became interested in the preservation of photographs in 1963 while
working in the hot and humid jungles of Bolivia while serving in the
Peace Corps. In '66 he served as an assistant to Ansel Adams during
one of Adams' photo workshops in Yosemite National Park, and in
'72 he received the first of his patents on archival print washers
for black and white fiber-based prints. In '81 Henry received
a Guggenheim Fellowship for what became a 10-year study of color print
The Squeak Test
Pigment Vs. Dye Based
Print Dry Down
Henry Wilhelm's informative
website is www.wilhelm-research.com.
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