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(09-30-2012 10:09 PM)Krangry Wrote: I got a canon pixma printer scanner from walmart for 30$. Thing is awesome. Takes beautiful scans, and is quick.
(10-01-2012 10:07 AM)zeprock Wrote: I have a Kodak All in one printer/copier/scanner that I use. I scan at high resolution (600 dpi) and then make more adjustments in Adobe PhotoShop and reduce the size of the files before posting them on my personal website. To get an idea of what they end up looking like you can view images of my cards here: http://www.zeprock.com/Gallery.html
(10-01-2012 10:32 AM)crazyforkinsler5 Wrote: I just use a scanner for my single shots and a camera for my group shots. I don't go too into detail. I just wanted to get them scanned/photographed and uploaded to image sites (like photobucket) and get them on here as quickly as possible.
BTW, attachments don't work on this site and I am not even sure why they have that as an option to put pictures. The best way is to upload your pictures to photobucket (or another photo-hosting site) and copy/paste the codes into the body of the text.
(10-01-2012 11:29 AM)Texan1985 Wrote: I have found that combo printer/scanners don't do as well as a stand-alone scanner. I picked up an old scanner from Craigslist for $15 and it gives me the best pictures, especially for graded cards. I have found several people selling their older stand-alone scanners because their computers do not support the old drivers. Most of these issues can be worked around with some help from Google.
(10-01-2012 01:06 PM)juda7 Wrote: Like stated in earlier posts, you can use PhotoBucket to upload your pics from whatever way you choose to get them onto your PC.
Here are some examples:
Scanned All In One HP
Multi Card Scan All In One HP