Photoshop

Basic Photoshop Editing Instructions

These instructions explain some basic steps for editing archival images in Photoshop. This information includes: creating access copies, cropping, rotating, changing settings, and other basic skills. This document is part of Module 2: Check It of the Digital Stewardship Curriculum.

Advanced Photoshop Editing Instructions

These instructions explain some more advanced steps for editing scanned images using Photoshop. Beyond the basic editing steps you may need, these instructions are for more advanced tools such as automated actions, adding text to images, adding a watermark, and changing color/tone. This document is part of Module 2: Check It of the Digital Stewardship Curriculum.

Scanning Film or Prints on the Epson Flatbed Scanner

This tutorial was provided by Randy Sullivan, Digital Production Manager at the Digital Scholarship Center at University of Oregon Libraries, to supplement his presentation on photo digitization, given at the SHN sponsored Digitization Basics Workshop, held at the Digital Scholarship Center at University of Oregon Libraries, on May 6, 2016.

Photo Scanning Equipment Recommendations

In this presentation, Randy Sullivan, Digital Production Manager at the Digital Scholarship Center at University of Oregon Libraries, provides equipment recommendations for photography scanning, including lighting, copy stand equipment, color calibration tools, flatbed scanners, memory storage cards, cameras and lenses, and scanning software. This presentation was given at the SHN sponsored Digitization Basics Workshop, held at the Digital Scholarship Center at University of Oregon Libraries, on May 6, 2016.