June is here, and summer is finally upon us. That means plenty of weddings, backyard barbecues, beach trips, and bike rides…and of course, plenty of picture taking! Throughout the summer, we promise to bring you more informative and fun posts to help you organize and scan your photos.
Everyone loves a good joke...and most also enjoy a great blog article! Below are some of the most popular posts from May. Don’t forget to bookmark or archive your favorite posts for easy retrieval!
Popular Blog Posts from May
If you desire top quality scanned photos, it’s essential to find the best original quality available - that means negatives and slides. While print fades, film retains ink much longer. Check this post out for tips on how to properly scan your negatives.
Whether you use a photo scanning service or do it yourself, understanding technical lingo can help you identify any photo scanning issues. This informative post describes how image clipping occurs and what you can do to fix it. It’s easier than you think!
Have you ever scanned a photo over and over that didn’t seem to have the same clarity as the original? This post highlights tonal distortion, which affects the brightness of a photo. This is an issue that you can easily fix (or you can leave it to a professional photo scannining service).
Do you ever feel like you need a professional photograph organizer on your side? FotoBridge regularly features ideas and advice from experts. In this post, Becky Hussey and Kerry Butkovich from PhotosFinished offer 3 tips on how to organize your print and digital photos.
Did you know that it would take over 114 years to scan 30 million photos if you did it by yourself? While your collection may not be that vast, that’s the number of pictures FotoBridge has scanned in just five years’ time. Did you also know that FotoBridge has found there to be 5 times as many photos of grandma than grandpa? (Shh…don’t tell grandpa!) Head over to this blog to see more interesting stats.
While you’re on the blog, check out our most recent posts and leave a comment. Who knows? Your favorite post may be on June’s ‘Most Popular list!’