[BCAB] Software for transferring photos to digital format
jackieannbrown62 at gmail.com
Sun Jul 2 10:55:29 BST 2017
I don't know what the quality of the pictures is, I guess I would need to
leave that aspect to Shauna's judgment. For me, as long as I can transfer
them all over, and they are identifiable, that's the main thing. I will
always keep the original prints, but having the electronic copy would be
great. We now have all his videos, stories and events on the hard drive,
the pictures is the tricky bit.
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From: Bcab [mailto:bcab-bounces at lists.bcab.org.uk] On Behalf Of Mobeen Iqbal
Sent: 02 July 2017 10:46
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Subject: Re: [BCAB] Software for transferring photos to digital format
If you don't need to enhance the images, you could always use the windows
fax and scan software built in to windows itself to scan the pictures. it
works with any scanner. Arcsoft photo studio may also be an option if
they're still making it but again it's more for printing off the snaps.
On 02/07/2017 09:21, Jackie Brown wrote:
> I have lots of photos carefully stored in albums that I would like to
> have transferred to digital format so I can keep them on my backup
> drives. I have a Plustek Opticbook 3600 scanner, but wonder what
> software would be best for this job. Martin's niece, Shauna, has
> offered to do this for me, so it isn't necessary that the software she
> uses has to be accessible because she is fully sighted. I have looked
> at sending the albums to a company or shop that charges for the
> service but, as Shauna says, I could run the risk of them getting
> lost. These pictures are family snaps from when my son was born,
> taking him to adulthood. Although his dad and I can't see them ourselves,
we would still like to preserve them.
> So is there anything that comes as standard on Windows that I could
> use, or would I need to hunt for something that might fit the job?
> Suggestions much appreciated, with thanks.
> Kind regards,
> Jackie Brown
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> @thebrownsplace Skype name: thejackmate
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