Join Jim Krause for an in-depth discussion in this video Finalizing digitized analog photos, part of Creating Art with Your Desktop Scanner.
- You know, I won't even be opening the lid…to either my scanners in this video.…Here, I'm gonna pick up where we left off in the last video…and give you some ideas about digitally processing…analog photos.…You know, like the ones we just scanned.…I am gonna be working in Adobe Lightroom,…but I tell you what, if you use something different…I'll still bet that you're gonna be able…to do similar things with your software.…Now, just so you know, I'll definitely be going…in the opposite direction of crisp, clean and clear…with the images that I'm gonna be working with.…
I mean, if I wanted so called perfection,…I'd have used my 42 megapixel, Sony Mirrorless,…digital camera to capture the photos in the first place.…Instead of a cheap plastic camera,…with a plastic lens.…So, don't be surprised if you see things…like graininess, overexposure, underexposure…and maybe some damaged looking film in the shots ahead.…Which had just happened to be looks…that a lot of people kind of enjoy, including me.…
All right, welcome to Lightroom.…
- Working with scanning equipment
- Scanning resolution and cropping
- Advanced digital treatments of scans
- Building a creature with a scanner
- Creating a collage with a scanner
- Scanning botanical specimens from your yard
- Creating a GIF using your scanner
- Processing film negatives with a scanner
- Professional uses for scanography
Skill Level Intermediate
Scanning Techniques for Photography Art and Designwith Taz Tally6h 53m Intermediate
Introduction to scanography1m 55s
1. Getting Started Scanning
2. Using Your Scanner to Create Art
3. Advanced Compositions with Scanning
4. Sharing Your Work
Where to go from here3m 8s
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