Collection Imaging

Aesthetically and technically refined imaging of individual artifacts or products for presentation or archival purposes.
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Paul Revere Creamer
Silver Creamer in the art collection of The Huntington, with a remarkable quality of luminance. From the collection of The Huntington.
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Paul Revere Creamer
Capturing the name impression is historically essential on this piece, which dates back to the American Revolution. From the collection of The Huntington.
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Paul Revere Creamer
High-resolution photography reveals the subtle details engraved on the vessel. Diffuse lighting avoids harsh highlights. From the collection of The Huntington.
 
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Lidded Jar
A work by American ceramic artist Harrison McIntosh. Diffuse lighting reveals form yet avoids harsh highlights. From the collection of The Huntington.
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Magic Lantern Slide
This antique image plate is backlit to hint at the projected quality of the colorful illustrations. From the collection of The Animal Museum.
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Magic Lantern Slide
"The Dogs and Monks of St Bernard" single image seen in a close-up that reveals its full projected quality. From the collection of The Animal Museum.
 
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Clay Bird
Artist Rafael Perea is well-known for organic sculptural representations of birds, here lit to reveal form. Artist collection.
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Stereo Card
An example of early immersive viewing. Collection photography can express an aesthetic aspect and context. From the collection of The Animal Museum.
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Antique Chinese Dolls
Made from paper, cardboard and thin wire. Collection photography is essential for documenting artifacts. Private collection.