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Scanning and photographing images

The Clark library has a full range of tools for scanning and photographing to create digital images. 

Scanners and computers equipped with Photoshop, PowerPoint, and other software are available on the Lower Level and can be used whenever the library is open.   Images can be scanned from books and journals for use in presentations and publications.

A copystand room equipped with camera, copystand, and computer  is available for use by Clark staff, scholars, faculty, and students.  The copystand can be used to create digital images of materials that require special handling and can't be placed on the glass plate of a scanner.  Contact a librarian for more information and help in using the copystand equipment.

Council of Industrial Design.  Cine camera. 1946.  Design Council Archive, University of Brighton.
VADS: the online resource for visual arts.  Web.  12 August 2013.

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