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PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS FOR DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY IN ARCHAEOLOGY. Sean Williamon, Archaeological Resource Laboratory, Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL 36205. Cameras and other digital imaging devices, such as scanners, afford archaeologists the opportunity to present artifacts and other cultural items to the public or to other scientists, with some level of ease. Digital images utilized in technical reports or presentations must maintain a high level of accuracy. To ensure a scientific-quality product, one must possess the ability to accurately manage color, brightness and contrast, as well as perspective. This paper will address these issues by presenting a basic methodology that can be followed by any archaeologist/photographer to achieve accurate, efficient, and consistent results. Basic points of interest will include: 1) creating a basic digital darkroom, 2) methods of color management, and 3) achieving a professionally finished product.