It’s been a while since I posted. April is always a very crazy month for me and that carried over into May this year. Things have settled down a bit now though and so I’m returning to the Album Rescue Project.
One of the reasons it was hard for me to get to this project lately is that all I had was a flatbed scanner that was inconvenient to use for such a long-term and large project. I decided it was finally time to buy a Flip-Pal scanner and I’m already falling in love with it.
I can work on this project practically anywhere now. I’m currently camped out on my couch, watching TV.
I was really impressed by the stitching software that comes with the scanner. I’ve got the same capability with my flatbed scanner, but never used it, so I didn’t know what to expect. One of the first photos in Album 2 was too big for the Flip-Pal. I scanned it in two pieces and then opened them with the EasyStitch software.
That’s all I had to do! When the software opened both images, it automatically stitched them together and they came out perfectly (see below). I’m sold.