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Comparative study on the lightfastness of traditional and modern inkjet photographic output media

DZIK, P. VESELÝ, M. ŠTĚPÁNKOVÁ, E.

Originální název

Comparative study on the lightfastness of traditional and modern inkjet photographic output media

Anglický název

Comparative study on the lightfastness of traditional and modern inkjet photographic output media

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Photography as a part of the cultural heritage is an ever-lasting subject of various stability experiments and analyses. In this work, samples produced by classic chromogenic and modern digital printing processes were compared in an accelerated light-fastness test. Color fading was monitored in a novel way. Measured spectral data were converted into Lab values and corresponding ICC profiles were calculated. Further, gamut volumes of these ICC profiles were calculated and relative gamut volume changes plotted as a function of exposure dose. These plots were then used to determine formal rate constants, which express the degradation rate of each sample.

Anglický abstrakt

Photography as a part of the cultural heritage is an ever-lasting subject of various stability experiments and analyses. In this work, samples produced by classic chromogenic and modern digital printing processes were compared in an accelerated light-fastness test. Color fading was monitored in a novel way. Measured spectral data were converted into Lab values and corresponding ICC profiles were calculated. Further, gamut volumes of these ICC profiles were calculated and relative gamut volume changes plotted as a function of exposure dose. These plots were then used to determine formal rate constants, which express the degradation rate of each sample.

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@misc{BUT60996,
  author="Petr {Dzik} and Michal {Veselý} and Eva {Štěpánková}",
  title="Comparative study on the lightfastness of traditional and modern inkjet photographic output media",
  annote="Photography as a part of the cultural heritage is an ever-lasting subject of various stability experiments and analyses. In this work, samples produced by classic chromogenic and modern digital printing processes were compared in an accelerated light-fastness test. Color fading was monitored in a novel way. Measured spectral data were converted into Lab values and corresponding ICC profiles were calculated. Further, gamut volumes of these ICC profiles were calculated and relative gamut volume changes plotted as a function of exposure dose. These plots were then used to determine formal rate constants, which express the degradation rate of each sample.",
  address="Univerzity of Zagreb, Faculty of Graphic Arts",
  booktitle="14th International Conference on Printing, Design and Graphic Communications, Book of Abstracts.",
  chapter="60996",
  institution="Univerzity of Zagreb, Faculty of Graphic Arts",
  year="2010",
  month="october",
  pages="22--22",
  publisher="Univerzity of Zagreb, Faculty of Graphic Arts",
  type="abstract"
}