Category Archives: scanning

photo scanning basics

So you bought a new photo scanner, but you haven’t started scanning because you’re not sure of the ‘correct’ way to do it. What resolution? What file type? What does it all mean? Here are my thoughts! File Resolution: Most scanners will give you the option of scanning photos at 300dpi or 600dpi. The higher...

Category Archives: scanning

how to scan photos with your phone

As a professional photo organizer who has invested quite a lot of money in scanning equipment, my stance has always been that phone scanning apps can’t achieve the same high quality results of a scanner. But now that phone cameras are pretty decent, I was curious about how the scanning apps would stack up side-by-side....

photo restoration project: my parents’ wedding album

the story When I was planning my wedding, I remember my mom sharing that her biggest regret from her own wedding was using the cheapest photographer. Her wedding photos turned pink within a few years of their wedding and she’s never had an album she was proud to display. Fast forward to last year, when...

my favorite photo scanners

Confession: I have a bit of a photo scanner addiction. I currently own eight scanners, all of which serve various purposes. The benefit of trying so many scanners is that I’ve learned what I like and don’t like. And I can save YOU the hassle + expense by leading you right to the BEST ones...

photo scanning basics

So you bought a new photo scanner, but you haven’t started scanning because you’re not sure of the ‘correct’ way to do it. What resolution? What file type? What does it all mean? Here are my thoughts! File Resolution: Most scanners will give you the option of scanning photos at 300dpi or 600dpi. The higher...

tips for scanning physical photos

Earlier this month, I released my Backup Bootcamp that walked through my 3 simple steps for organizing + backing up your DIGITAL photos. I kept that course focused strictly on digital photos to prevent any additional overwhelm surrounding the process (aren’t we overwhelmed enough?). I have lots of thoughts about preserving your PHYSICAL photos though...

HI, I’M MISS FREDDY.

 

Actually, my name is Casey. As a newborn I resembled Fred Flintstone so my parents nicknamed me Freddy and it stuck. I am a professional photo organizer (yes, that's a thing!) who helps people all over the world make sense of their photo mess through organizing services and self-paced online courses.

 

I want to help you ENJOY your photos again!

 

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