A Digital Transition: Two Cat Digital and Gawain Weaver Art Conservation
The evolution from scanner and 35mm dSLR to a Phase One IQ3 100MP medium format instant capture system at Two Cat Digital / Gawain Weaver Art Conservation is described, including quality, speed, and cost advantages in the digital capture of reflective and transmissive photographic materials.
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