Album 1 Photos (12 of 58)

Palestine 1947, 3rd Battalion Grenadier Guards

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About anomiepete

South Londoner struggling with life, art and photography.
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4 Responses to Album 1 Photos (12 of 58)

  1. Catherine says:

    It’s almost like a deja-vu because my dad was in the Army in Egypt after the war. I don’t think he was in Palestine, but seeing your dad in the sand like that makes me think of my dad.

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    • anomiepete says:

      Indeed Catherine. Given our history I am sure dad’s story will reflect a very common narrative. I’ve finished scanning the first album: over 500 photos!

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      • Catherine says:

        It must have taken ages. What kind of scanner are you using? Actually I’ve found so far that re-photographing with my iPhone seems to produce better quality than scanning.

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      • anomiepete says:

        I’m photographing the pages using a fixed four thirds camera and then once thats done taking each image out of the album and scanning it on an Canon MG6250 all in one scanner printer. Then if I want to work on any other than in Lightroom I create a copy in PSD format so its not lossy and work on that. (I shouldn’t moan about the lime it takes as its quite good at making me really look at each image.

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