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Shannikk

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  1. Thanks!! Last question, is it worth going to 2400 dpi, or is 1200 good enough
  2. Thanks!! Is there a specific criteria that you would give the scanning shop for how you want the files delivered?
  3. Hi Damien. I read your scanning guidelines article from 2015, and was wondering if you had updated it at all for new scanners that you'd recommend. Right now I have an Epson V600 photo scanner. I'm about to start your RAW class (I have a lot of catching up to do), and need to scan a large group of photos, as well as 35mm and large format negatives. Just wondering if you think that scanner would be good enough, or if you recommend sending the large format negatives to a lab to be scanned. Thanks for any help that you can provide!!
  4. I've put my name on the waitlist for the RAW class, and am trying to get all of my RAW and jpg files from over the years into one cohesive spot. Originally I was going to use Lightroom, but read about the evils of the program, so was wondering if this is a good idea. The group of files is a hot mess. They're are all over the place, with some duplicates mixed in. Wondering what program you would recommend that would help me organize and tough love the 30K plus files I have (so I can actually find the photo I'm looking for) and identify duplicates so that I can delete them as they go in.
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