It’s time to master flatbed scanning and turbocharge your family history journey!
If you’re like most family historians you’ve probably only figured out the most basic functions and features of your flatbed scanner.
In this course you'll learn the finer points of using a flatbed scanner so that you get consistently great results and know how to successfully deal with more challenging scanning problems.
In The Ultimate Guide To Flatbed Scanning I’ll show you how to master your scanner and turn your photos, slides, and negatives into beautiful digital images that are ready to turn into shareable family stories everyone can enjoy!
Here’s What’s Inside The Ultimate Guide to Flatbed Scanning:
In this course we’ll dive into what it takes to produce great digital photos with a flatbed scanner. I’ll show you how to deal with everything from thorny scanning problems like age-gnarled 110 negatives to strategies for scanning oversized photos. Other topics include:
Get a detailed look at how to edit photos using scanner adjustments. We’ll go over automatic adjustments as well as manual adjustments, including Levels and Curves. We'll also de-mystify the difference between 24-bit and 48-bit scanning.
Slides and Negatives
If you choose to scan your own slides and negatives you'll want to see these lessons! We'll cover the right way to approach slide scanning, and go into detail on how to deal with all kinds of negatives, from 110 negatives through large format negatives.
Problem Scanning Situations
Family history projects produce an array of oddball scanning scenarios, from huge prints that require digital stitching, to thick objects, to pictures stuck in albums that require separating the photos digitally. This course has you covered!
I promise that you CAN do this.
But the best part is... you don’t even have to believe me!
If you’re not 100% satisfied with the course after 30 days we will offer you a full refund, for any reason.
That means you can enroll today and take the full 30 days to explore the training offered in The Ultimate Guide to Flatbed Scanning™ and then…make a decision using the information you have, rather than the information you don’t have.