But if you're not sure what the actual problems are when scanning photos, then how are you suppose to fix them?
So here's the 3 problems and how to fix them...
Take out a photo. Look closely. Do you see a shine or gloss coming off the surface? Even old photos made out of thicker paper have some light coming off the surface.
Why am I talking about the surface of your photo?
Well, your scanner is ALSO going to scan the light coming off the surface of your photos. And you'll get images like this...
It doesn't matter if your photo is 100 years old. Or if your photo is 1 year old. The light coming off the surface of your photos is going to blunt, flatten, and dull the colours of your scan.
Click the link below to fix this...How To Fix Colour From A Photo Scan Using Photoshop
If you're family is like mine, then your mom probably stuffed all the photos in a box and hid it in a closet. All to save space.
But now the photos are bent. Or scratched because they've been moved around so much.
In this section, I'm going to show you to do this...
Click here for a step-by-step guide...How To Fix Cracks From A Photo Scan Using Photoshop
Another problem is sometimes photo scans look blurry or out of focus. Have a look...
This can be because the photo was taken out of focus. And sometimes it's because the actual paper of the photo will dull the details.
To fix the sharpness of a photo, click here...How To Fix Sharpness Of Photo Scan Using Photoshop
Here's those full tutorials again...
Which of these scanning troubles do you want to overcome?
Hey, my name is Konrad. I've been scanning professionally since 2005. I've helped multi-billion dollar companies, pro sports teams, pro photographers, artists, museums, book publishers, etc. I've scanned over 930,000 slides, negatives, photos.
The reason I'm telling you this is because no matter what challenge or frustration you're having, I know exactly what you're going through. So, to help you RIGHT NOW, I've put together a super simple scanning guide to get you started.