Introduction to Imaging
by Howard Besser
Publisher: Getty Research Institute 2003
Number of pages: 97
Introduction to Imaging allows curators, librarians, collection managers, scholars, and students to better understand the basic technology and processes involved in building a cohesive set of digital images. It also explores how to link digitized images to the information required to access, preserve, and manage them.
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