In the conservation photography course online you will learn how to develop and maintain a preservation program for the photographic collections.
Apart from being an image, a photograph is a palpable object, which occupies a place in space and requires specific attention, through its physical and chemical composition and the weaknesses that this may entail.
conservation photography course | methods to preserve your collections
◌ Recognise and distinguish the concepts of preservation, conservation and restoration.
◌ Identify and recognise the structure of a photograph (within its different types).
◌ Identify and recognise the most commonly found types of photographs.
◌ Recognise the main factors of common deterioration of photography.
◌ Apply a program destined to control environment and pest infestations.
◌ Recognise the practice of handling procedures and identify the more suitable storage systems for each type of photograph.
◌ Develop and maintain a preservation program for the photographic collection, suited to the types of photographs to which it is destined.
Who takes this Course?
The conservation photography course can serve publics of multiple backgrounds, from professionals who need an initial approach to the preventive conservation of photography, to those who wish to promote the longevity of their family photos and albums.
Duration – 35 hours (estimated time)
Free (online 24/24 hours). All contents are constantly available.
The course is successfully concluded if the participant has a grade score of 50% or more (from 0% to 100%). In this case, a Professional Learning Certificate is attributed. We are a certified training organization. Our certificates are valid internationally as they are complying with the certification rules of the European Union.
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conservation photography course program
2. Photography: concept, structure and most common typologies
3. Common deterioration factors (internal and external)
4. Environment and pest control
5. Best practices: Handling and Packaging systems
6. The Preservation Program