Printing photographs on inkjet paper is commonplace these days and the concern for image permanence is always in the forefront of our thinking. Pigment inks and technical advances in photographic inkjet media produces images that will likely exceed 200 years in longevity. For this reason inkjet photographic prints are now the safest, most universally accessible media for preserving photographic images. The need for image permanence stability cannot be overstated.
The Image Permanence Institute recently completed an “IMLS National Leadership Grant for Museums research project to develop water emergency prevention, response, and recovery strategies for inkjet-printed photographs and fine art in museum collections.” Read the entire article here:
Completion of the IMLS-funded Disaster Preparedness, Response, and Recovery for Inkjet Printed Materials in Museum Collections
Whether you’re interested in safeguarding museum prints, your personal collection, or family photographs this new study gives us scientifically based guidelines for rescuing, recovering, conserving, and preserving inkjet prints that are exposed to water or floods.
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Making a museum quality archival print on ILFORD GALERIE Prestige inkjet paper using pigment inks may be the very best option we have available to us today. Visit ILFORD.com to learn more.
Read the Wilhelm Imaging Research report on image permanence of three ILFORD GALERIE Prestige injet papers available at this link: