Series F-260-8 - Digital photographs

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Digital photographs

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  • Photographic materials
  • Records in electronic form (born-digital)

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  • 2001-2011 (Creation)

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2894 photographs (5.47 GB)
2 moving images (10.5 MB)

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Series consists of digital photographs maintained by Fellman on two working computers, an iMac and a MacBook Pro. See the note on Arrangement in series 7 for more information about the organization of Fellman's computer files. The photos were managed in Mac's iPhoto applicable. Some images appear to have been uploaded directly from camera, but others are likely to have been received as considerably smaller derivatives of photos created by someone else. The original format for all still images was jpg. The series also includes three short home-movie videos (in files 3 and 8) stored as avi files.

The content of the photos document scenes from everyday life and includes pictures of family and grandchildren, gatherings of family and friends, vacation photos, and scenes from Fellman and Aloi's home on Pender Island, BC.

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The photos were stored in Mac's iPhoto application. There was no internal organization of images into albums beyond year-based groups and this is reflected in the arrangement into archival files. There was considerable duplication of photos between the iMac and MacBook computers. The archivist eliminated duplicates during processing and indicated which computer was the source of the images in the file titles.

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Files are open with no access restrictions.

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The series contains copyright-protected materials, and copyright ownership is mixed. For more information, see the note on use at the fonds level.

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Feb 2020: arrangement and description finalized (RD).

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