The wedding photo was seen on a birthday card by a 12-year-old great great granddaughter in 110 years after the photo was taken, and was purchased to sent to her 74-year-old grandpa. Generations get magically connected by this small B-card.
Actually we don’t need to count on luck to have such lovely and happy coincidence happen to us.
There is nothing that celebrates the holiday spirit like a handmade holiday greeting card. Why not try make a greeting card with parents’ photos on it?
Digitizing photos is the first and most important step to safeguard family memories. It can be a frustrating challenge if we don’t find a good tool to help us digitize these family photo collections in an easy and quick way.
Check out an open box review by Stephen Waller for an ePHOTOzine Recommended scanner.
I bought this to scan ancient family photos, many of which tend to be too large to fit A4 scanners. It installed easily on Windows 7 Professional 64-bit. I’m impressed by the quality, and the depth of field; several photos are behind 3mm of glass which I don’t want to disturb, and these scan very well.
The ePhoto Z300 is a very easy-to-use photo scanner, tailor-made for home users, who wish to easily digitize and preserve their numerous photo treasures, and who also need to scan various other documents occasionally.
I love it so much! It scans so fast and it’s so easy to use. I create slideshows as a hobby and have to scan a lot of photos…this cuts my scanning time down tremendously! I have even just scanned whole pages of the skinny type photobooks without having to remove the photos or plastic cover and they turn out great.
This is the best scanner I have ever owned. The scans are of high quality. When I bought this, all I was interested in was a high quality, easy to use scanner and that’s exactly what I got. It also scans notes, cards, and special letters and makes them into jpegs. It is also very fast as far as scanners go.
I bought this product to digitize all of my old 4 X 6 prints and it has more than filled the bill. It is very fast and even if a print scans crooked, it will be straight on the screen. The 300 dpi optical resolution is adequate for viewing scanned photos on a computer screen.