Scanning negative transparency film


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Scanning negative transparency film

Here we are going to address scanning negatives, and if you watched the previous movie on scanning slides, I've got a lot of the same things to say about scanning negatives as far as the basic setup is concerned. When we scan, particularly small dimension negatives, we are going to typically be enlarging them a good deal, and 500, 600, 700, 800% enlargement is not uncommon, going from small, like 120 film size, up to a 5x7 or 8x10. That means that we want our images to be super clean, because anything that is on that negative is going to be enlarged. And here, when we take this particular negative and we look at it, look at all the garbage on that film.

I could spend hours trying to clean that puppy up. And even if you could clean it up, you lose so much quality, because so much of the detail gets lost, so you really, really want to clean up that negative once you get it inside the film holder. Just like our discussion of film holders for slides, you have the same emulsion side up or ...

Scanning negative transparency film
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Scanning negative transparency film provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Taz Tally as part of the Scanning Techniques for Photography, Art, and Design

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