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Scanned photos have no information attached to them.  So how do you find photos after you scan them?
Unlike the current digital age where photos that you take with your phone or digital camera are automatically tagged with lots of great information. Photos that you scan are not tagged with any information. So, when we batch scan multiple photos we need a way to tag photos efficiently so we can easily find them later. ScanSpeeder's caption feature is the answer.
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How to Batch Scan Multiple Photos with Borders
When photos are printed a border can be added. When batch scanning multiple photos, with photo scanning software, many people want to preserve both the photo's image and the photo's border. Many of us wrote important details within the border to capture its context; such as the date the photo was taken, who is in the photo, what is happening in the photo, or where the photo was taken. For this reason we want to scan both the image and the border together.
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We used to write important details on the back of photos.  Now that we have digital photos, how can we do this? 
We used to write important details on the back of photos. Now that we have digital photos, how can we do this? The context of the photo is just as important as the photo itself to many of us. That is why when we had paper photos we would write on the back of them, or in the border on the front. So, how do we retain this important information on digital photos? The answer is adding a caption.
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| Categories: How To, Features | Tags: caption, write details, back of photo, digital photo caption, add photo details, important photo details | View Count: (2309)

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