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  • lamboe80
    Scanning multiple pictures at once???
    by lamboe80
    I have a question about scanning. This might be the wrong forum, but its the best I could find. I have hundreds of pictures I want to scan and it's going to take months if I scan one at a time. Is there a program or something where I can scan 6 pictures at a time, and it automatically save...
    01-08-2004, 01:36 PM
  • zganie
    scanning deeply cracked photos
    by zganie
    When you scan deeply cracked photos there is a slight curve to them which creates a shadow/dark area near the crack

    to fix this problem you might want to try this
    1)take a white piece of paper the size of your scanner bed not glossy paper
    and it must fit entire scanner...
    06-24-2007, 04:36 AM
  • Shoff
    Cleaning photos before scanning
    by Shoff
    Is there a safe way to do this or should I not even bother. I just worked on photos that had tape on them. Since it was a friends, I did use an exacto knife to remove the tape. Other then a little scratch it worked well.
    08-07-2004, 01:08 PM
  • decsurvey
    Family Photos - Large Digitizing Project
    by decsurvey
    My uncle recently and finally found our grandmothers box of photos. There are 100's of old photos dating back to 1880's up to the 1960's.

    I am planning to scan all the photos at 800 dpi and save in TIFF format.

    Would 800 dpi be sufficient or overkill in scanning all the...
    12-17-2011, 01:36 PM
  • liquid_katfish
    Do u lose quality when scanning ??
    by liquid_katfish

    I'm about to scan in over 100 images that are about 50 years old and i had a person tell me that i may lose quality when scanning the images and that some of the photos may lose the whole image because of the paper its been printed on.

    Now before i start scanning...
    07-30-2007, 10:53 PM