Hi everyone, I think the lighting forum may be the best place for this. My mom asked me to help her with something; we have some really old original photos from a photo album my grandmother put together. My mom would like to preserve these photos as well as make copies for the other siblings. We don't feel scanning is an option due to how old some of the photos are and are concerned about damage to some of the photos and paper. Although a flat scanner probably wouldn't cause too much damage, if we did go that route then it would just be the time to go to a scanning company to get that done. not sure what that would cost though. The option I'm leaning towards is to photograph each page of pictures then print those out to create copies. If I go this route I'm looking for any tips on how to set this up. I haven't yet played with different setups but I'd imagine I'd want the camera straight above the existing photos then one or two lights on either side. maybe two lights to prevent shadows. Has anyone here had experience with this that could provide any input? I've attached an example of a complete page I'd be taking a photo of so you can see what I'm working with. Thanks all!