Category Archives: 3D

Photographing glass: Lighting techniques for transparent glass objects

Corning Museum of Glass This is the first of a series of blog posts addressing photographic lighting techniques for transparent glasses.

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Yale exhibit: “Reflections on Bindings”

“Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) offers exciting new possibilities for safely capturing a book’s surface decorations, revealing details that cannot be seen using traditional methods or the naked eye.”

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Squeeze Imaging Project

The Smithsonian Institution employed RTI to image a collection of squeezes.

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Welcome to the MiniDome!

The Folger Shakespeare Library recently (August 2013) hosted a two-day conference exploring “new tools for the study of English and Continental bookbinding and sharing new scholarship in the materiality of the book.”  At the conference a workshop on a new … Continue reading

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