Thanks! The car is a about 1989 Ford EXP (sport coupe of the Ford Escort from that time), and was a nice little car for the time. My mom actually bought one shortly after he got his, which I learned to drive stick on. The photos go back to my sister's place (for my mom), which I'm sure she's got just as many to do, luckily her son has a dslr, so I'll loan him the lights and indexing board.
Originally Posted by Rob Keeble
I'm importing the scans into the app I linked in my original post, but not doing any post processing. I'm keeping the raw images from the camera with them to be able to do any print quality processing, but most of these are for safe keeping and sharing. I'll have to look into new scanners, I know mine was extremely slow and hard to trigger the scans with both hands on the albums. It's good to know some of the software may do auto cropping though.
Originally Posted by Charles Lent
No problem, I may be giving this software a try, seems to have some post-processing built in. Though I did just sign up for a year with adobe for their photography subscription, which has lightroom and photoshop to see what I can automate with them. Mostly was looking to organize and do some post processing in lightroom.
Originally Posted by Ted Calver
To a small child, the perfect granddad is unafraid of big dogs and fierce storms but absolutely terrified of the word “boo.” – Robert Brault