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Worldwide, Aaardenburg Imaging and Archives is proud to play an important role in the curation of a community dedicated to the appreciation of image quality and image permanence in photography and digital fine art printmaking.

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Membership in Aardenburg Imaging is free. General and project donations allow for development, testing, and publication of all materials. Please donate today in order to help us provide this important service to the digital fine art printmaking community.

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AARDENBURG IMAGING PODCAST

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Dear AaI&A Members, In recognition of worldwide interest in information for printmakers with regard to their choices of archival fine art materials, as well as requests for a fuller contextual…

MEGALUX HOURS EXPLAINED

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"Starry Night" by Vincent Van Gogh, on display at the Museum of Modern Art, NYC. Nov. 9, 1999. Photo by Mark McCormick-Goodhart Why does Aardenburg Imaging publish light fade data…

SPREAD THE NEWS:
MEDIA MATTERS!

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SPREAD THE NEWS: MEDIA MATTERS! Aardenburg Imaging & Archives "Media Matters" campaign focuses on essential knowledge and key concepts to be drawn from the extensive i* Light Fade Database, available…

BREAKING NEWS:
Light Induced Low-Intensity Staining (LILIS)

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Like the Pileated Woodpecker in our back yard, we've been hard at work hammering away at the i* data! Over 2.5 years in test, our latest reports for 17 new…
Aardenburg Imaging uses the
I* Metric, invented by
Aardenburg Imaging founder
Mark McCormick-Goodhart.
Aardenburg Imaging publishes lightfade test results in
Megalux Hours, a direct measurement of exposure dosage.
Aardenburg Imaging rates test results according to the Aardenburg Conservation Display Rating,
a fine art standard.

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