The photographs were grouped by creator, arranged apparently randomly within that grouping, and assigned consecutive numbers by the curator.
The original scans of the Hurricane Camille Photograph Collection were made by the Image & Sound Section staff in June 2009, according to the Mississippi Department of Archives and History Board of Trustees' approved imaging procedures, following ANSI/AIIM recommended practice. Black-and-white photographs were scanned as 8-bit grayscale uncompressed TIFFs at 600 pixels per inch (ppi). Color photographs were scanned as 24-bit RGB uncompressed TIFFs at 600 ppi. For Web display, the original scans of the Hurricane Camille Photograph Collection were converted to JPEGs by the Electronic Archives Section.
MDAH suggests that citations for images from the Web-enabled version of the Hurricane Camille Photograph Collection include the following elements: collection name, unique image no., agency name, date of last Web page revision, <Image URL> (date viewed).
The electronic files in the Hurricane Camille Photograph Collection are intended for public use in research, teaching, and private study in accordance with the provisions of the Fair Use clause of the United States Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.) and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Any use beyond that prescribed by Fair Use requires the permission of the copyright owners. MDAH asks that each image used in a presentation, display, or publication be accompanied by the following credit statement:
Publicity and Privacy Rights:
MDAH alerts the user to the issue of publicity and privacy rights of subjects pictured in these images. Distinct from copyright, which concerns the creator/owner of the intellectual content, publicity and/or privacy rights apply to individuals visible in photographs who did not sign a contract or release form giving the photographer the legal right to use his/her image. Publicity and privacy rights also differ from copyright in that there are no exemptions for Fair Use or Educational purposes. These rights are not regulated by federal law but by state statute and common law. When using images from this collection it is the patron's responsibility to determine whether privacy and publicity rights issues may exist and consider the mitigating factors.
High-resolution TIFFs of the images may be purchased from MDAH. The MDAH Public Order procedure and fee schedule apply. Consult the Photoreproduction and Digital Imaging policy or contact MDAH Reference Staff for order options as well as information on how to obtain and complete the necessary Public Order forms: (601) 576 6876 or firstname.lastname@example.org.