Always wanted to shoot old-school photos using a cheap camera and film? Now’s your chance. Get ahold of a camera and film and shoot away.
- Okay, say you picked up a film camera, cheap or otherwise,…and you took yourself out on a casual picture taking…adventure, and then you got your film developed,…turned into negatives, and now what, right?…Well, now it's time to fire up your scanner…and to turn these, into these; high quality digital files…that you can edit and finalize.…Now, we'll be getting to that editing and finalizing…in the next video, but right here we're gonna concentrate…on how the scanning part works, provided that your scanner…has all the necessary add-ons for processing film.…
And I'll be using my Cannon scanner here,…along with its negative processing software.…If you use something different, don't worry,…it's very likely that things are gonna work…in a really similar way, using what you've got.…And also, there's good ol' Google to the rescue…if you come up against any roadblocks.…I should mention too, of course there are tons of websites…out there that are devoted to shooting film…and scanning negatives, and I do really like that…
- 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 Appropriate for all
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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