The Photographic Preservation and Collections Management master’s program is the only graduate program dedicated to both the object-based study of photography and the academic study of images.
These nine museums are using online video series to take viewers behind the scenes of their collections.
The George Eastman Museum’s Technicolor Online Research Archive has newly digitized documents from 1914 to 1955, chronicling the development of Technicolor film.
The George Eastman Museum’s historic photo collection is being digitized and it includes many important works of art.
The George Eastman Museum in Rochester, New York is gearing up for a festival that celebrates nitrate film, which once caused some major fires in movie theaters.
The Photographer’s Cookbook is a real gem for photo enthusiasts, featuring the favorite recipes of 50 major photographers, from William Eggleston to Marion Faller.
There were two prominent types of landscape photographs in the 1860s: Civil War battlefields strewn with the dead, and sweeping vistas of the West.
Using salvaged machines and a hand-cranked camera, conservators at the George Eastman Museum created the first strip of 35mm motion-picture film not produced by a commercial company.