I am scrapping my childhood school days and came across 2 Polaroid pictures from '83-84....any thing I should know before taping these down? I thought about taking a picture of the Polaroid and printing it to use in the book but one of them is fairly dark and I don't want the hassle if it's not necessary, KWIM?
PeaNut 104,773 September 2003 Posts: 975 Layouts: 65 Loc: Illinois
Posted: 8/5/2012 2:05:44 PM
can you scan it and reprint it? If you have a free photo program like Picasa you could also lighten it, or there is a "I'm Feeling Lucky", and "Auto Color" you can click on which will probably make it look like almost new. Just a suggestion.
PeaNut 69,081 February 2003 Posts: 7,959 Layouts: 1
Posted: 8/5/2012 4:13:42 PM
The only thing you need to know about polaroids is don't cut them. Leave them as they are.
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