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Re: [genphoto] Seeking Beginner Advice

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  • wilbur russell
    Don t thinkyou have anything to worry about, however if there is any doubt in your mind you might try one of the least important photos just to see if there is
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 10, 2004
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      Don't thinkyou have anything to worry about, however if there is any doubt
      in your mind you might try one of the least important photos just to see if
      there is any damage.--- Original Message -----
      From: "erikalambert" <erikalambert@...>
      To: <genphoto@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Monday, October 11, 2004 2:39 PM
      Subject: [genphoto] Seeking Beginner Advice


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      > I'm not new to genealogy, but am new to the idea of scanning and
      > downloading old photos. I have a bunch of 100+ year old pictures I
      > inheirited from my grandmother (mostly of mystery people), and a
      > Lexmark scanner. Is it really okay to scan them? It won't hurt the
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      > always said not to take flash photos of paintings because it will
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    • erikalambert
      I m not new to genealogy, but am new to the idea of scanning and downloading old photos. I have a bunch of 100+ year old pictures I inheirited from my
      Message 2 of 2 , Oct 11, 2004
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        I'm not new to genealogy, but am new to the idea of scanning and
        downloading old photos. I have a bunch of 100+ year old pictures I
        inheirited from my grandmother (mostly of mystery people), and a
        Lexmark scanner. Is it really okay to scan them? It won't hurt the
        pictures in any way? (I'm remembering going to museums where they
        always said not to take flash photos of paintings because it will
        hurt them). Do people recommend one specific program over another
        for this kind of work? Thanks.
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