Re: STORAGE OF 17X22 INKPRESS NEGS?
Yep, Gaylord is still there, bigger than ever...
I just recv'd an order of book covers a month or two ago, and was looking at
their catalog just the other day...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Judy Seigel" <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2009 9:09 PM
Subject: RE: STORAGE OF 17X22 INKPRESS NEGS?
For what it's worth I mention that I use archival transparent "book
sleeves" (which come in many sizes, from Gaylord) for negative storage --
because, instead of an envelope that you have to pull the negative out of,
possibly/probably scratching it (more of a risk with film negs than
digital, of course, but still not a good idea IME) you just lift the flap.
The 2nd side isn't as wide as the first, but by stacking with the full
sheet over the emulsion side of the neg, it works.
Each neg gets its own sleeve, which, tho certainly more expensive than a
whole bunch in one clear envelope, is very handy and cheap enough. (Tho,
come to think of it, is Gaylord still there?)
Also, you can write the title or description of each image on the sleeve,
and store in alphabetical order... (very convenient for reprinting, tho
maybe not everyone does that?)