Edouard has a new scannner

By Edouard Aldahdah

Posted on October 29th, 2010 in General

I think I just made a good bargain: a portable Pandigital photo scanner for 90 USD. It scans a photo in seconds, and the resolution, while not perfect, is quite decent. When I was studying in Chicago in 2001, Joe Ferriss offered me a state-of-the-art scanner which I used to scan the photos of the desert-bred Arabians that you see on this blog. Then I broke that scanner in 2004, and I have been using the same photos again and again since.

Today, I scanned 76 horse photos in just a few minutes, most of them I took in the late 1980s and early 1990s in Syria, some of them from my trip to Tunisia in 2005 and the rest of France. So get ready for dozens of photos of Syrian desert-bred Arabians, and let me know when you have had enough.

3 Responses to “Edouard has a new scannner”

  1. I don’t know that there is “enough” when it comes to Asil Arabian Horses Edouard!

  2. Robin is right; there can’t be “enough!”

  3. Glad to see that you are back to scanning again Edouard. You have quite a collection to share.

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