Our museum has a collection of old Cabinet Card, Albumen prints from C.S.Fly’s Tombstone Studio, Circa 1880’s.
They have seen significant fading over the years prior to out acquisition. My question is that we are looking to make copies of the photos for display, so as to protect the originals from further light damage. Is it advisable to scan a digital image of the photos, or will the intense scanner light further damage the images?
Are there other options?
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