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GeneralRe: Scanning Documents with a Digital Camera PinmemberChrisElston17-Jan-13 3:50 
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GeneralRe: Scanning Documents with a Digital Camera PinmemberBrady Kelly17-Jan-13 3:50 
GeneralRe: Scanning Documents with a Digital Camera PinmemberSK Genius17-Jan-13 3:59 
GeneralRe: Scanning Documents with a Digital Camera PinmemberMaximilien17-Jan-13 3:59 
1. use a tripod; have the camera and paper at 90o (have the paper flat on the table for example).

2. If you want to use a glass, you look at your local framing shop for "museum" quality glass that have less reflection (there are different quality of those)

3. Use ambient lighting and/or a diffuser for your flash or point your flash at the ceiling for an indirect flash; this will reduce the amount of shadowing of the folds and crinkles.

4. Shoot raw and adjust the white balance in post-processing.

Also, don't try to iron out the crinkles...
Nihil obstat

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