K2 Communications Cultural Heritage
A fundamental role of a museum is to care for it’s collection and preserve it for future generations.
The need for digitization is growing, with increasing focus on public access, research and preservation of information for the future.
Common cultural heritage collections include:
• Flat Materials
• Rare books & bound material
• Transparent material and film scanning
• 3D Objects,
CULTURAL HERITAGE SERVICES
Photography of; artworks, documents, artifacts, books, photographs, slides, negatives up to 4X5,
larger sizes on request.
Images are captured with a Phase One XF 100mp camera system and Capture One, Cultural Heritage software. You will receive on a hard drive or USB, the original RAW files, plus TIFF, and JPG in various sizes depending on your requirements.
See Some Examples
We use Image Science Associates, Golden Thread Object-Level Targets, These targets are designed to fit discreetly alongside objects being digitized without adding significant image data and is intended to enable image digitization quality control and workflow monitoring. They remain with the archive image file but are automatically removed.