scanner buying guide

scanner buying guide This scanner buying guide will help you choose the best scanner with the right features & software to help you archive and create files suited to photo restoration.   There is only one scanner choice, a dedicated flatbed! Compared to an all-in-one, there is...

Epson FastFoto FF-680W scanner review

Epson FastFoto FF-680W scanner review This is my Epson FastFoto FF-680W scanner review and an in-depth look at the software and features. NOTE: This unit was given to me to perform this review. It is an unbiased review and opinions of the unit are solely my own. First, let us hear from the Epson news...

Can my phone or tablet be used as a photo scanner

Can my phone or tablet be used as a photo scanner A perfectly good question to ask is ” Can my phone or tablet be used as a photo scanner ?” In our high tech world, there are so many ways to digitize images. We have digital cameras in our phones, our laptops, and tablets. Digital cameras, flatbed photo...

Scanning software for multiple images at once

Scanning software for multiple images at once Vuescan Vs Canon IJ Scan utility. I unravel what works best in this video. Daily scanning can be a chore. Using an efficient scanning package can help streamline your workflow such as a Scanning software for multiple images at once. Vuescan is a premium scanner...

The difference a scan makes for photo restoration

The difference a scan makes for photo restoration It is so tempting to whip out your phone and take a photo of your damaged picture and get it restored, simple right? Not exactly. Let us take a look at the issues that can occur when using a phone to take a photo of your image. We can also see the difference a scan...

How to scan a 49 inch painting

How to scan a 49 inch painting Scanning challenges come along once in a while and I wanted to share this one with you. How to scan a 49-inch painting. I was contacted by a client who wanted a scan of a painting. Not a photo but a scan! The painting was 49 x 39 inches and came in an 8-inch plaster...

Batch scanning thousands of photos

Batch scanning thousands of photos Batch scanning photos can be daunting but this breakdown of the process should help get you started. Time – Time is your biggest factor when batch scanning masses of photos. Planning and streamlining any process will make it far more enjoyable. Making a plan...

Canon Scanner 9000 MK 2 review

Canon Scanner 9000 MK 2 review Photo restoration requires certain tools. A scanner is one of those tools. Over the years I’ve come to know what is needed from a scanner and what it should and shouldn’t do. Two scanners I’ve owned, in fact still own are the Canon 9950F and its...

Photo scanning problems discussed

Photo scanning problems discussed Scanning photos is fraught with hurdles that most of us don’t know about. We all assume that to scan a photo you lift the lid on your scanner, insert the photo and press the “scan” button. We just accept the result. With so many scanners on the...

Scanning and stitching large images

Scanning and stitching large images . Sometimes images are too big to scan in one piece especially the very long panorama photos that can reach well over 30 inches and bigger than 50 inches sometimes! . . Scanning Problem: The scans don’t match? . When you scan a photo with multiple scans, you may...
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