[Hidden-tech] Wide format scanning

Derek Merleaux derek.merleaux at gmail.com
Fri Jun 7 14:08:34 UTC 2019

Having experience with both the roller feed scanners and overhead
photography using a stand I can definitely recommend the photography
option. The cameras used by pro digitization places are such high
resolution now that with the proper lens calibration for distortion at the
edges, stitching is rarely necessary. I don't personally know of a good
resource in the valley, but one of the best in the country
https://www.nedcc.org/ is in Andover MA.

On Fri, Jun 7, 2019 at 9:42 AM Claudia Gere via Hidden-discuss <
hidden-discuss at lists.hidden-tech.net> wrote:

> I’m looking for a good resource for scanning large format
> (paintings/prints) to be used as illustrations in a book. I appreciate any
> recommendations. Thank you, Claudia
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