The person in the role of a Digital Imaging Specialist will wear many hats. Digital Imaging Specialist Works with original archival records such as textual documents, photographs, maps and technical drawings, and historical artifacts. Knowledge is Power The work of the specialist requires excellent manual dexterity, skill and knowledge of appropriate handling methods to prevent damage or further deterioration to the records. Hyper V Serial Port Named Pipe. Technically Saavy The specialist re-formats original archival records and photographic intermediates using digital imaging technology to produce image files and various hard copy output such as facsimile prints on paper. Writing and Analytical Skills Are Needed The specialist can encounter situations where no precedent or established guidelines exist. Expect the unexpected The specialist creates administrative and technical metadata and may, in some situations, create descriptive metadata in accordance with archival standards; assists in identifying and defining metadata requirements for specific digitization projects; and conducts quality assurance and quality control inspection of work to ensure that lab standards are being maintained.