I posted this last week, as part of the Pro Scan vs. Home Scan challenge, but forgot to mention this… What are the bubbles about?
Film is an interesting thing. I think it depends on manufacturer, but some of it dries very flat, some of it curls right back up, even tries to curl with a weight at the bottom; some of it twists up into a spiral. This particular roll of Lomography Color 100 bowed a bit and curled […]
And I found some more quirks… And some more fun surprises too!
As mentioned before, the LC-A is a groovy little camera, and I have no regrets in picking it up. That said, it does have some quirks interesting features.
Since I recently started “scanning” my own film at home, I wondered what differences—if any—could be found between my home processing and professional scanning services I got a year or more ago from BWC. A hint is above…
Most of the time, I have multiple little personal projects going on, all with various levels of importance both to me and in relation to each other. I don’t find this an unusual character trait: it seems as if others operate similarly. In the sphere of Photography-related projects, I got interested in film shortly after […]
When scanning film with a dslr and hand-built scanning device, exposure—as with all other photography—is very important.