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Scanning and Restoring Your Old Photos in Simple Steps. Heather Morris


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Top Ten Tipsa) Tip 1: Determine your scanning needsb) Tip 2: Understand image resolutionc) Tip 3: Clean your scannerd) Tip 4: Understand file formatse) Tip 5: Preview your imagef) Tip 6: Use automatic adjustmentsg) Tip 7: Remove red-eyeh) Tip 8: Adjust colour saturationi) Tip 9: Repair damage with the healing brushj) Tip 10: Archive images to disc1. Choose Your Scanner and Editing Softwarea) Determine your scanning needs b) Review your computer's minimum resourcesc) Understand image resolutiond) Explore scanner typese) Consider how much editing you'll need to dof) Know what to do if you don't have a computerg) Purchase and install scannerh) See what your scanner software offersi) Compare free optionsj) Compare low-cost softwarek) Purchase and install the software2. Perform a Simple Scana) Clean your scannerb) Clean your printed photoc) Start your scannerd) Place the photo appropriatelye) Preview your scan on a flatbed scannerf) Perform a quick scan with your flatbedg) Use Windows Fax and Scanh) Connect your stand alone scanner to your computeri) Perform a quick scan with your stand alone and your computerj) Save your scank) Understand file formats3. Adjust scan results using your scannera) Preview your imageb) Apply dust removalc) Apply color restorationd) Fix backlightinge) Adjust brightness and contrastf) Adjust image resolutiong) Enlarge your imageh) Change the orientation of the image4.Adjust Results with Editing Softwarea) Open your scanned image in editing softwareb) Use automatic adjustment c) Rotate your imaged) Crop your scanned imagee) Straighten your imagef) Remove Red eyeg) Repair torn or blemished images with the clone toolh) Adjust brightness and contrasti) Adjust colour saturationj) Increase the size of your imagek) Frame your scanned image5. Scan Slides and Film with an adapted flatbed scannera) Adapt your scannerb) Place your negative filmc) Place your film holder in the scannerd) Preview your imagese) Adjust the image and scanf) Place your slidesg) Preview your imagesh) Adjust the image and scan6. Scan with a Dedicated Film Scannera) Sort your filmb) Place negatives in the film holderc) Place the film holder in the scannerd) Perform a prescan of your negativee) Adjust size and resolutionf) Correct brightness, contrast and colourg) Scan and save your negativeh) Place your slides in the holderi) Place the slide holder in the scannerj) Perform a prescan of your slidek) Adjust your slide imagel) Scan and save your slide imagem) Apply auto adjustn) Apply dust and scratch removal7. Batch scan photographs and filma) Sort compatible photos and filmb) Align photos on the scannerc) Preview imagesd) Rotate your batche) Apply adjustments to your batchf) Set the scan area for your batchg) Scan and save batchh) Preview slides or negatives for batch scani) Adjust your batch scan of slidesj) Select output sizek) Scan and save your batch slides8. Perform Special Scans and Editing Projectsa) Scan older grayscale photographsb) Evaluate your image histogramc) Adjust the histogramd) Scan and save file as a TIFFe) Repair damage with the healing brushf) Convert your image to sepia g) Add text to your imageh) Scan a half -tone imagei) Scan an oversized imagej) Stitch and save an oversized image9. Organize your scansa) Create a naming systemb) Set up folder optionsc) Create new foldersd) Rename your filese) Tag your images with Photo Galleryf) Move images to a new folderg) Copy imagesh) Archive images to disci) Create an inventory for your discj) Convert file format10. Use your scansa) Save to an SD card for use with a digital frameb) Put photos in Movie Makerc) Edit your photo movied) Save and share your moviee) Publish your movief) Publish your images on the Internetg) Share your web albumh) Register with an online photo centrei) Upload images for printingj) Order prints onlinek) Create photo giftsTop Ten Problems Solved.a) Problem 1: I'm getting a message that says my scanner isn't recognized or connected.b) Problem 2: My previewed scan has the wrong scan area around it.c) Problem 3: I can't batch scan my photographs.d) Problem 4: My scanner is slow or not working properly.e) Problem 5: My scanned photograph is blurred.f) Problem 6: It's difficult to make out details on my monitor.g) Problem 7: I'm not happy with my scans of black and white photographs.h) Problem 8: I can't repair my damaged older photographs.i) Problem 9: I want to resize my image to send it via email.j) Problem 10: I'm running out of memory on my computer.

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