Why Camera Scanning?
The simple answer is: you will save time and money while getting high quality scans. If you are digitizing a combination of items such as different sized prints, scrapbook pages, slides, or negatives you may need multiple scanners, which can get expensive and time-consuming.
Camera scanning is an accessible scanning method that provides greater flexibility and workflow efficiency when digitizing varied types of media, including 3-D memorabilia. This course provides everything a photo organizer or consumer needs to know about camera scanning, including terminology, software requirements, equipment options, workflows, and more.
Your Step-By-Step Guide
Over a series of 11 lessons that includes 50 videos about each element of the process, Nathan Yesko walks you through camera scanning for different types of media.
If you’re a pro photo organizer, learn everything you need to offer camera scanning services to your clients.
This course is inspired by Peter Krogh’s book, Digitizing Your Photos With Your Camera and Lightroom; you’ll receive a complimentary digital copy ($34.95 value) as part of your purchase.
If you are ready to simplify your scanning process or want to reinforce your camera scanning knowledge (and learn a few new tricks), this course is for you.
In this self-paced course, you'll get:
Meet Your Instructors
Nathan Yesko is the Chief Information Officer of Discover Organizing Inc., a full service organizing and downsizing company that his mother, Jill Yesko founded in 2003. Nathan earned his degree in Communications Media from IUP in 2017 and has been working at the company since he was 15, helping out in the capacity of bookkeeper, album designer, graphic designer, IT support person, web designer, and information security.
His key role in the business now is to manage the photo organizing and digitization services of the company, leading his team in scanning photos and memorabilia, and being a main developer of the Operations Manual that is now available for photo organizing businesses of any size and capability. He created the website portal (www.organizedmemories.com) for the kits and actively updates workflows for quarterly revisions for their subscribers.
Nathan has developed an in-depth camera scanning course with the help and inspiration of Peter Krogh to guide photo managers in learning all they need to know about digitizing memorabilia with a camera!
with Peter Krogh
Peter is a corporate, advertising and editorial photographer working in the Washington DC area and around the world. He specializes in photographing the people who manage, run and are affected by companies and institutions, from the stars to the streets.
In addition to photographing, Peter is an author of several books, ebooks and websites. He is a leading authority in Digital Asset Management for photography and other media. His books include The DAM Book and a new Lightroom workflow book. And he has produced websites such as dpBestflow.org, under the auspices of ASMP and the US Library of Congress, as well as Shutha.org which was financed by a grant from World Press Photo.