Description: The VDI Berlin-Brandenburg and the Helene Nathan Library are hosting a joint event focused on the professional restoration of historical photographs. The event will explore the technology and process behind restoration, without the use of apps and AI. Photography has become ubiquitous, with all events being documented through cell phones for personal photo collections. From the 1830s to the 1980s, analog photography was the norm, making each photograph potentially valuable and unique. Today, these photographs stored in museums, archives, and private collections offer insight into life, social events, personalities, and technical advancements. Private photographic legacies can hold significant individual and social value, which is further enhanced through professional restoration.
06:00 PM - 08:00 PM General Hours
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Estimated Turnout100 - 500
DelegatesBased on previous editions
Frequency Not Available
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