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Glass Plate Digitisation

Glass Plate Digitisation
Images from the Boswell collection c.1900 a collection of over 14,000 images digitised by Max Image courtesy of Bexley Heritage Trust

We are highly experienced in digitising large glass plate collections. In fact, we have had the privilege of working on unique glass photographic plates produced by photographers such as Herbert Ponting, Noel Odell and Ernest Shackleton.

Glass plate scanning presents particular and unique challenges. This is true for both handling and image capture. Our experience over many years, capturing tens of thousands of lantern slides and glass plates, has produced an unparalleled depth of knowledge and expertise in this area.

Some of the clients for whom we have undertaken large-scale glass plate digitisation projects include:

Royal Geographical Society
Bexley Heritage Trust
Courtauld Institute
National Maritime Museum
Manx Heritage Centre

For further details of the services Max Communications offer, please contact us on 020 8309 5445 or via our contact page.

Glass Plate Digitisation

We are highly experienced in digitising large glass plate collections. In fact, we have had the privilege of working on unique glass photographic plates produced by photographers such as Herbert Ponting, Noel Odell and Ernest Shackleton.

Glass plate scanning presents particular and unique challenges. This is true for both handling and image capture. Our experience over many years, capturing tens of thousands of lantern slides and glass plates, has produced an unparalleled depth of knowledge and expertise in this area.

Some of the clients for whom we have undertaken large-scale glass plate digitisation projects include:

Royal Geographical Society
Bexley Heritage Trust
Courtauld Institute
National Maritime Museum
Manx Heritage Centre

For further details of the services Max Communications offer, please contact us on 020 8309 5445 or via our contact page.

Images from the Boswell collection c.1900 a collection of over 14,000 images digitised by Max Image courtesy of Bexley Heritage Trust