We touched upon ISO in a previous post about noise problems. If you know how to control International Standards Organization (ISO) before you scan photos - a rating system that indicates how your camera reacts to light, used in digital and film photography - you'll have more time for summer projects!
Do you find your pictures always have red eye? Since when did your daughter change her eye color? Red eye is a common problem in color photography, especially with compact cameras where the flash is next to the camera lens. Photographers throughout history have corrected red eye with a variety of methods, which have become increasingly more sophisticated. The process of scanning photos typically includes red-eye elimination.