Presented at the Museum Association of New York’s annual conference in Cooperstown, NY, our session covered the entire spectrum of collection photography: Laying a foundation by defining terminology and comparing file formats, we place emphasis on setting your standards both for photography and organizing and dissimulating digital files. Click here for download – Joseph Rudinec – Principal Presenter The session then moves on to the decision making process of doing it yourself vs. hiring a professional. Click here for download – Christina Milliman If you ever wondered how a conservator uses technical photography to analyze a painting, you’ll be amazed at the information that can be obtained. Click here for download – Nathan Sutton The session ends by exploring potential uses for your images and addressing copyright concerns. Click here for download – Evelyn Penman We hope you find this to be a useful reference. If you have any questions, would like more information or have a topic you would like addressed, just send us an email or call. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 330-726-2572
“A major exhibit at the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Quantico, VA, that provides a glimpse into how the US Marines have been portrayed in American movies from the 1920’s to today. From 1918 “The Unbeliever” to “Guadalcanal Diary”, “Heartbreak Ridge” and “A Few Good Men”. Visitors trace Hollywood’s version of Marine Corps History.” The exhibition features more than 30 posters photographed, restored, printed and framed by Rudinec & Associates.
Images from the Navy Art Collection will soon be on the set of the hit TV show, NCIS, starring Mark Harmon. The reproductions are the works of Navy Artist Morgan Ian Wilbur. In addition to “Steam for Speed“ (shown here), “USS Cornado Rides A Sparkling Sea”, “Naval Air Over Korea” and “Turnin’ & Burnin’” were also selected. The episode will be taped from March 7th through March 18th. Watch for them in the upcoming season. View over 6000 images from the collection at RequestAPrint.