Book: Digital Photo Restoration - What to Do and How to Do It by Deborah Collin
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Deborah Collinabout this book: I've always been interested in photography, and I thought I was pretty good with a scanner. Then, I took on the task of scanning and restoring my 102-year-old aunt's photo collection. Suddenly, my photo editing skills seemed stretched to the limit.
Over the course of several weeks, I developed a foolproof procedure. What used to take hours with Microsoft's Picture It now took a matter of minutes, and the results were much more satisfying.
I was able to rescue some really tattered heirlooms from the ravages of time. It's not a magical process. A few instructions and some patience, and anyone could do the same. My method isn't rocket science, but it works. Written for the ordinary family historian, "Digital Photo Restoration: What to Do and How to Do It" makes short work of a complicated subject. It will help rescue your cherished family memories while there's still time.
You won't need Photoshop or a high-end photo scanner. You can salvage your images using nothing but an ordinary flatbed scanner and software that is modestly priced or free. Saving your pictures doesn't have to break the bank.
Grab your old photoalbums and plunge right in! It couldn't be any easier.
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