|Posted by:||Tony Wood|
| I've copied lots of old family photos just using my digital camera, a cheap tripod and natural lighting which must be even across the subject photo. You can try it handheld but you'll spend a bit longer getting the perfect copy. If you have a conservatory then that's an ideal place to set up as they tend to have diffuse lighting.|
For negatives I use a laptop with a blank white screen for backlighting the negative with thin tissue paper between screen and negative to diffuse the dots.
You've probably reached the conclusion I'm a bodger.....correct :0) but both procii do work really well,it doesn't cost anything to give it a try!
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|Digitising photos||12/01/16 08:12:00||Jo Roberts|
|Re:Digitising photos||12/01/16 08:45:00||Colin Jordan|
|Re:Re:Digitising photos||13/01/16 08:08:00||Janine Jarvis|
|Re:Re:Re:Digitising photos||13/01/16 11:16:00||Tony Wood|