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| p.1 #1 · any high quality non-destructive book scanning recommendations? |
For a lot of the items I shoot I have a number of rare, fairly expensive reference books that when I need them I need them badly, but they are mostly just taking up space outside of that.
I had an epiphany the other day after seeing a sample from (I guess) some service that uses the units that don't open up the book all the way/get run through correction software to get rid bulge at the spine, etc - and they'd work fine for what I do with these references. Checking a couple of places on line they seem to charge a small fraction of what the books are worth, and....
Has anybody dealt with any of these non-destructive book scanning services/have a reference for somebody they had good luck with?