Got a desktop scanner? Know someone who does? Did you know you can capture amazing photographic images with these things? That’s right, and a lot of people refer to this as the art of scanography.
I’ve gotten together with LinkedIn Learning to create a super-fun 27-chapter online course about this growing art craze, and I’m telling you, if you have access to a desktop scanner and are looking for a highly accessible and extremely unique art form to fill your evenings or weekends (or even to add to your professional bag of tricks) then I hope you’ll check it out.
In fact, you can take a look at a totally free video-chapter right here.
And if you’ve got a few extra minutes, I think that the super-quick, 15–20 second scanography videos on this page will not only entertain you, they might also get you pretty darn amped about the kind of creative output you and your scanner could be generating.
The course itself covers basic scanner knowhow, scanning software, ordinary scanning techniques, highly out-of-the-ordinary scanning techniques, digital finishes for your images, getting your scans out there for others to see, and the possibility of including scanography in your professional repertoire.
Already a member of LinkedIn Learning? See the full course here.