The procedure helps you manage the results by linking information about reproductions and the original items they depict. New reproductions are likely to be digital, such photographs, scans (including 3D) and transfers of audiovisual tapes. You can also use this procedure for photographic prints, negatives and transparencies, as well as 3D casts and models.
Managing and recording the creation of images and other kinds of reproduction of objects, including digital copies.
This is the Spectrum standard for Reproduction. It includes policy questions and sets out the minimum requirements you should aim to meet however you put this procedure into practice.
This suggested procedure shows how you might meet the Spectrum standard for Reproduction. It is presented in two formats: text and workflow diagram. They are meant to be starting points for you to adapt to the needs of your own museum.