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Make photos from old negatives and slides for free

The Adair Genealogy and History Center has installed an Epson V600 photo, negative, and slide scanner at the public computer adjacent to the front entrance to the building.

This goes beyond the typical scanner that scans photos and documents, allowing users to scan black and white negatives, color negatives, and slides.

We want to give visitors the opportunity to digitize and preserve old slides, negatives, photos, and letters.

The built-in Epson software allows us to improve the quality of the photo, slide, or negative images.

We can show you how to do it, and you can begin to scan, edit, and digitize negatives and slides.

This story was posted on 2023-06-30 22:18:38
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Free software turns negatives and slides into prints

2023-06-30 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener,
Phil Hanna said he is happy to help people get started using the new software at the Adair Genealogy and History Center which makes photos from old negatives and slides. The Genealogy and History Center is Located beside the Adair County Public Library at 307 Greensburg Street, Columbia, KY 42728. Phone 270-380-1024. Email

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