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On a plate - from glass negative to digital image

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Published on May 9, 2013

Explore LINC Tasmania's historic treasures online!

Join Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office staff as they create an online image from an historic glass plate negative, a process called digitisation.

The Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office have an annual plan to copy selected material and make it available online. The copying focuses on items that are frequently used by family and local historians and on photographs, maps and plans of interest to researchers. It is part of the Department of Education's LINC Tasmania strategy to make information accessible as widely as possible.

10s of thousands of historical Tasmanian images are available online from our website at: http://www.linc.tas.gov.au/


The images used in this video were:
Murray Street Hobart - Tasmanian Expeditionary Forces in street parade (reference: PH30-1-7660)
http://catalogue.statelibrary.tas.gov...

From the NS1013 series, Glass Plate Negatives collected by ER Prettyman, 1880-1920:
http://catalogue.statelibrary.tas.gov...

Hobart from the Domain showing lumber yard and the High School in the foreground (reference: NS1013-1-932)
http://catalogue.statelibrary.tas.gov...

Murray Street looking south from Bathurst Street - includes T.Stump the butcher's store (reference: NS1013-1-818)
http://catalogue.statelibrary.tas.gov...

Hotel in bush (reference: NS1013-1-901)
http://catalogue.statelibrary.tas.gov...

Ferry Kangaroo on the slip (reference: NS1013-1-935)
http://catalogue.statelibrary.tas.gov...

Zoom effects on image NS1013-1-932 were set up using Zoomify.

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