• How the Museums Store Priceless Artwork

    For the most part, artwork that is hanging in a museum often looks pretty simple: sleek metal or original wooden frames, matted or not, hanging on clean walls. But even though the presentation in a museum is fairly modest, there is a lot more going on to protect these priceless pieces of art from... more
  • 5 Scrapbooking Mistakes to Avoid

    Years ago, a printed photo was a special one—film was expensive, and you had to make a special trip to get them printed by a professional. These days, with cameras on smartphones and the ability to print at home with just a click of a button, many people have stockpiled thousands of digital and... more
  • How to Organize Those Photos

    Years of family outings, birthday parties, school events and other photograph-worthy moments can amount to innumerable boxes of printed photographs and negatives. It can be overwhelming to think about organizing hundreds or even thousands of photos that you’ve left to “take care of later.”... more
  • How to Store Photos Without Them Turning Yellow

    If you’ve ever seen an old photo, you’ve likely noticed the distinct yellow tinge to the print. That’s not necessarily part of the old print making process; the discoloration could be a result of the way the photo was displayed or stored over time. Photos and other artwork can become... more
  • How to Protect and Preserve Your Digital Prints

    When you spend a significant amount of time and money on a beautiful digital photograph for your home or office, you want to be able to enjoy it for a while. Unfortunately, a variety of factors can affect your digital prints and distort the way they look over time. But take heart, because... more
  • How to Store and Organize Your Photos

    Almost all photographers today work with digital cameras, from the most casual snapshot-shooter to successful, professional photographers. Many photos taken today are archived in digital form and never printed. However, many individuals have large film photo collections, perhaps stretching back for... more
  • CD and DVD Archiving: Quick Care and Handling Guide

    For nearly two decades, CDs have been a medium of choice for archiving computer data, and they were later joined by DVDs. Anyone who has suffered from data loss knows how important it is to back up computer files – especially photograph collections. As a photo storage option, burning photo files... more
  • Lineco: Get to Know This Leading Manufacturer of Archival Materials

    When searching for archival materials, it is important to buy the best products to get the most protection. This is exactly what you will find when you choose Lineco materials. With a pedigree of quality, Lineco is constantly improving upon the high standards they have already set in the... more
  • Archival Photo Corners

    Many of us think of photo corners like the ones in the photo albums our grandmother had. Beautifully constructed with thick black paper and black photo corners, these were designed to house a multitude of memories while adding an extra touch to help showcase the entire collection. As times have... more
  • Archival Print Storage Solutions

    Digital photography has opened up the hobby to many people that were either intimidated by the standard cameras with dozens of settings or couldn’t afford the expensive equipment. Though photography has changed in the last few decades, the question ‘How do I archive photo prints?’ remains.... more

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