[APG Public List] Labelling photos

Jonathan Baker jbaker2525 at gmail.com
Sun Feb 27 13:30:18 MST 2011

I have a simpler solution. These days I scan everything and put the
information required in the metadata. And no harm is done to the photo. If
you are using archival paper sleeves to store the photos in, put that same
information on the outside of the sleeve.

Jon Bajer

On Sun, Feb 27, 2011 at 1:58 PM, Jacqueline Wilson <wilssearch at gmail.com>wrote:

> Steve, these are what I was referring to, I just could not think of the
> name.  But having said that - I just read on one of the archival supply
> sites that these are not to be used on photos.  However, the scrapbooking
> store http://archiversonline.com sold them to me for just that purpose.
> Are you using them on the back of your photos?
> ~J
>  On Feb 26, 2011, at 10:41 PM, Stephen J Danko wrote:
>  I have used Pigma Micron Pens for many years:
> http://www.sakuraofamerica.com/Pen-Archival
> The manufacturer states that the ink in these pens is archival quality ink
> for use in acid-free environments; chemically stable, waterproof, and fade
> resistant; no smears, feathers, or bleed-through on most papers.  The pens
> are available in a wide range of ink colors and nib sizes.  The ink is not
> dye-based ink and is described in great detail at:
> http://www.sakuraofamerica.com/pdf/PigmaInkStory.pdf
> Stephen J. Danko
> http://www.stephendanko.com/
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