Does anyone have tips for clicking old photos with a digital Camera?
I've many old pictures which I want to click and store in my computer. I know scanning would work better, but for the moment I'll have to go with clicking these snaps with my digital camera. The problem is, the pictures mostly have the matt/gloss finish and that presents a whole lot of challenges while clicking them (like shadow, reflection etc.) Any photography tips and tricks related to lights, diffuse etc. from the experts for this specific task??
scanning would be best but if you choose to take with pocket camera, it is quite tricky. If you have a dslr camera or similar, you can always fit on a cpl filter and adjust accordingly to control the reflections.
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