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The aim of this thesis is to create a collection of black and white photographic portraits of the Brno Conservatory teachers, and to describe a way of forograficke black and white photographic negatives.
As for the photographic part, a collection of seventeen portraits of pedagogues of the string department of the conservatory was created in the style of realistic portrait. The 6×7 negatives were cropped according to individual features of each portrait.
The photographs in the collection take a form of four different sizes: Ftoograficke negatives were digitized for print of up to 30×40 cm. The informatics-related part of the work first introduces the reader into the topic of black and white negative scanning, and then describes a specific method used in scanning the conservatory portraits.
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Next, an experiment is carried out. The goal of the experiment is to describe the abilities of the present method to handle material which has been subject to errors in exponometry or black and white negative processing.
The thesis concludes with remarks on the tools used to edit the portraits, and on their final preparation for print and archive. Fotogdaficke practical output of this work is an album of seventeen portraits printed in size of about 18×24 cm on a litographic A4 paper, as well as a collection of digitized negatives before their final edit.