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Collector ONLINE_209 private msg quote post Address this user
What is the best way to get pics of your graded books where the image is clean and the least amount of reflection as possible
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Flatbed scanners are typically used. A scanner large enough for a graded book is fairly expensive so I use the scanner at my local public library for free. Others use one at work, etc.

If that avenue isn't open to you, I know other user have setups specifically for graded books to reduce glare and reflections and I'm sure you'll hear from them soon
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Flatbed scanners are typically used. A scanner large enough for a graded book is fairly expensive so I use the scanner at my local public library for free. Others use one at work, etc.

If that avenue isn't open to you, I know other uses have setups specifically for graded books to reduce glare and reflections and I'm sure you'll hear from them soon
thanks for info i might look into a scanner depending on what they go for
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Try different things; natural light is best.


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Try different things; natural light is best.


see like the way yours turned out nice an clear by the way very nice Wonder Woman
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Longbox Legend JWKyle private msg quote post Address this user
These were done with a cheap HP 8250 scanner.



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@ONLINE_209 - Thanks!
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These were done with a cheap HP 8250 scanner.



see that is what i mean nice and clean thanks for the scanner info
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