Film Preservation 101: Scratch Hazards and Fixes

Black_and_White_Scratches

On the right side of this still image from item 18-CS-739 you can see both a black and a white scratch. The black line appears to be a base scratch, while the white line may be an emulsion scratch or a printed-in scratch from the negative source.

On the right side of this still image from item 18-CS-739 you can see both a black and a white scratch. The black line appears to be a base scratch, while the white line may be an emulsion scratch or a printed-in scratch from the negative source.

On the right side of this still image from item 18-CS-739 you can see both a black and a white scratch. The black line appears to be a base scratch, while the white line may be an emulsion scratch or a printed-in scratch from the negative source.

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