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John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum

John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum

Association Mémoire et Avenir University Library Digital Collections: About Princeton University Digital Library (PUDL) A collection of high-resolution digital images of materials held by the Princeton University Library and its partners. Princeton University Library Finding Aids The Princeton University Library Finding Aids site provides World Wide Web access to finding aids or descriptive inventories for archival records and manuscript collections held within the University Library. Over 1700 finding aids from the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Latin American Ephemera Collections, and the Engineering Library are now available online. The Blue Mountain Project Drawing on Princeton University’s exceptional collections and curatorial and academic expertise, the Blue Mountain Project is a digital thematic research collection of art, music and literary periodicals published between 1848, the year of the European Revolutions, and 1923 – a functional boundary for works presumed to be in the public domain. Papers of Princeton Historical Periodicals

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Herodote.net Kaiser Fototechnik - Welcome L'Histoire par l'image Vanish: Enhancing the Privacy of the Web with Self-Destructing Data Don Williams : Image Science Associates Don Williams has brought his decades of experience in digital imaging and extensive worldwide involvement in the digital archiving community together to found Image Science Associates. Don worked as a research imaging scientist for Kodak for 25 years until he left the company in 2006. His work there focused on both digital and traditional imaging practices across a number of disciplines that included reconnaissance, microfilm, consumer photography, and professional photography sectors. His passion lies in the digital image archiving community and in providing resources by which good imaging can be easily practiced and understood. He sits on international standards committees and is fully immersed and involved in the digital image archiving community, frequently contributing to the Federal Agencies Digitization Guideline Initiative and sits on the Still Image Working Group advisory board. Don has a bachelor's and a master’s degree in imaging science from Rochester Institute of Technology.

Spectral Selectivity Spectral Selectivity Spectral selectivity is a technique for creating images which uses intentionally limited ranges of radiation in the ultraviolet, visible or infrared portions of the spectrum. It has uses in artistic and scientific photography. Early day photographers often needed to work around the inherent spectral sensitivity limitations of the photographic materials available to them. Modern photographic materials are available with sensitive to a wide portion of the spectrum, ranging from 250 nanometers (ultraviolet) to 925 nanometers (infrared). The topics linked below provide an introduction to spectral selectivity, some technical information for making use of it and a few typical applications.

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