PWS #5: Scanning Basics for Your Print Photos

Tips for Scanning Photos

Scanning Basics for Your Print Photos.

Episode #5 of Photos with Sherita is about scanning photos. In this episode we focus on a small amount of key photos that you might need for a special occasion. There are many choices on how to scan your print photos. Traditional scanner? Scanning app on my phone? Sending your photos to a scanning service? There are so many choices, and they will all work equally well if you take the right steps to prepare your photos. In this podcast we share with you those preparation steps and where to start so you can be confident that your scanned images are what you need when you need them…which is often right away!

Show Notes

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Resources mentioned in this episode:
Post-it Notes We like the “super sticky” notes because it reduces the chance of the note falling off the photo
Microfiber cloth for cleaning your printed photos
Epson Perfection V600 ~ our favorite reasonably priced flatbed photo scanner
Flip-Pal Mobile Scanner ~ these are our favorite rechargeable batteries
USB drive – for having the scanned photos put on if you bring them to a store for scanning or for easy sharing

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    Billie Meyers says:

    Thank you, Ladies! This is a great quick and “clean” summary that anyone can follow . . . and this type of “I need it now” situations do happen often! Great tips, as always. Many thanks!

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      Rita Norton says:

      Thanks Billie! You are so right “I need it now” situations happen frequently! Feel free to suggest this podcast episode as a way to help a client that you otherwise might not have time to, or might not fall into, your ideal client model.