This video is mainly for design and art professionals, where you can take a look at real-world applications for scanner art.
- [Instructor] Now, this video is aimed especially…at those of you who, like me, work in a creative field,…like design, photography or illustration.…Even if you're not in any of those fields,…stick around anyway, because there might…be some useful, creativity-related info…that's in here for you too.…For all of you all creative pros out there,…people who already work in some kind of visual art realm,…how about adding scanography to your bag of tricks.…
It could be as a specific kind of service…that you offer to your clients.…I mean, you could make people aware this service…by adding a page to your website.…Or, you could just include your scanography images…with other photography or illustration samples…that you already have on there, as I've done…on my own website here at the very end of my photo section.…Or you could do things differently…and start up a whole new website to promote…your scanography skills, something to think about anyway.…
Speaking of self promotion, don't forget…to put your favorite scans out there…
- 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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