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Thread: Foundation for Photographic Preservation

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    Eric Biggerstaff
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    Foundation for Photographic Preservation

    A friend of mine sent this link to me:

    www.ffpp.us

    It is the Foundation of Photographic Preservation which, I believe, is being headed up by Al Weber (seems today is my Al Weber post day).

    The foundation was set up to help photographers or their heirs find repositories for their work. Seems like a good idea.

    Just wanted to post this as I found it interesting.

    Have a great one.
    Eric Biggerstaff

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    Re: Foundation for Photographic Preservation

    Eric, thank you.
    Is it a Safari problem, or the links in the website don't work?
    Domenico

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    Eric Biggerstaff
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    Re: Foundation for Photographic Preservation

    I think the links don't work, I couldn't get them going on my PC either.

    Maybe I will drop Al a note and find out more.
    Eric Biggerstaff

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    Eric Biggerstaff
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    Re: Foundation for Photographic Preservation

    I just sent Al an email, if he responds I will update this thread.
    Eric Biggerstaff

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    Re: Foundation for Photographic Preservation

    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Biggerstaff View Post
    I just sent Al an email, if he responds I will update this thread.
    Thank you Eric.

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    Re: Foundation for Photographic Preservation

    The link opened for me, though there wasn't much there yet; just the FfPP's mission statement, no links or contact information. But I wish them luck.

    Personally, I'm hoping my work ends up in a well-respected, archival-quality dumpster...
    "I love my Verito lens, but I always have to sharpen everything in Photoshop..."

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