Hello, what is the best process to scan in hundreds of 4x6 photos from old photo albums? I have the Google "Photo Scan" App which does it with some augmented reality on my iPhone camera.... but the quality doesn't always seem the best? I have a Brother MFC-9130CW laser printer/scanner combo that can scan up to 1200dpi.... and a test I did with one photo gave me much better results with that than the Google iOS app. Obviously that would take MUCH longer, but I guess that's ok since I'm in no rush and would like the best possible digital copy of my family photos. The flatbed on the Brother scanner measures 8.5" x 12"..... if I lay down 4 photos at once, is there a software that will automatically save them as 4 separate images rather than me having to crop them myself every time? The "detect separate items" feature in macOS Image Capture doesn't seem to work very well.... is there a better scanner software I can use with the Brother that works better for photos? I have all the Adobe products with Creative Cloud subscription, but that only seems to offer PDF. Also, what format is better to save in? My options are: JPEG, TIFF, PNG, JPEG 2000, GIF, BMP, and PDF. Also, what is the easiest way to adjust the file date for each photo? So it's 1988 for example, instead of the date of the scan. I can do it in my Google Photos online account, but that doesn't seem to edit the original file. Thank you!!!