newer Old Pictures
- as we probably all know, Kodacolor II was a fiasco -- it faded way to
easy. I've got older color prints that are still in good shape.
So I want to scan these photos (and do some color correction). The
problem, however, is the paper. It's that really *rough* textured
paper that produces interesting artifacts when scanned. Does anybody
have a suggestion for scanning that paper with minimal garbage?
Has anybody ever tried scanning negatives with a "normal" flatbed
scanner using a mirror? (The scanner that I used to have access to
had a transparency lid -- this one doesn't.) My thought is to place a
mirror over the negative and scan it. Anybody tried that? How do you
scan your negatives?
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
Division of Science and Math