All treatments include the written and photographic documentation of your painting(s) before, during, and after treatment. Written reports include a detailed document of the painting’s initial condition and a proposal for treatment. Once treatment is completed, a final report is written. This report describes the treatment steps carried out and should be carefully stored to maintain records that remain with the painting. Photographic documentation includes overall and detail images taken at various stages of treatment, in order to provide a visual record of the painting before, during and after treatment is carried out. For a Conservation Assessment or Survey of a collection, an overall image is taken of each work to include with the written documentation of the condition of that work.