I have been busy scanning old photos into my computer from my grandfather’s collection, a collection which spans many years and locations. As mentioned yesterday, it is difficult to pinpoint dates and locations for many of these photos. Today I’m asking the proverbial needle in a haystack type question – any idea where this old house is located? Has anyone seen it before? The only real clue I can give is that it’s located in Australia – yeah, it’s a very large haystack. There must be some history associated with that building I would say.
I have finally managed to get hold of a digital image copier, which I don’t think accurately captures what the device does. It doesn’t copy digital images, but copies slides and film (or scans them) to make digital images/photos.
I have quite a number of old slides that belonged to my grandfather, that I am now hoping to scan before they are forever ruined. Many have been damaged my moisture over the years – so I am not completely sure just how many I can save. I’m hoping to save at least some of them.
I now have a lot more storage room for my digital files (including photos, videos, etc) – in fact I have a whole terabyte of space. This means I can store something like 200 000 photos, or 250 000 MP3s, or 120 hours of HD video.