PETER KROGH: SCANNING YOUR ARCHIVE WITH A DIGITAL CAMERA
Wednesday, May 9th 9:00am – 10:45am
Your digital camera can be used to make very high quality scans of film and prints, at unprecedented speed and cost. These techniques are in use in the Library of Congress, at major museums, and in photo collections worldwide. Learn how the process can help you digitize photo collections on a scale that you never thought possible. This presentation covers the hardware, software and processes you’ll need to make great quality camera scans, drawing from Peter’s recent book, Digitizing Your Photos. It’s essential information for anyone who needs to digitize a collection: including photographers, family historians and corporate media managers.
If you’ve been waiting to find the best method to scan your silver archive – this method will surprise you!
Peter Krogh has been a photographer for nearly thirty years, working for publications, agencies, corporations and NGOs worldwide. He loves to tell stories with words, still photos and motion imagery. He served on ASMP’s board of directors for six years, and founded its Digital Standards and Practices Committee.
A widely-recognized industry leader, Peter was the Director of the dpBestflow.org project, and the author of “The DAM Book, Digital Asset Management for Photographers”, the best-selling book on digital photo management. He has created instructional material for the Library of Congress, World Press Photo, Microsoft and Adobe, to name a few. He spends much of his time spreading the gospel of good image management and effective workflow worldwide.