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Scanning 35mm slides
posted by photoboykane - 21st of february, 2009
I have thousands of slides in my files, and haven't given them nearly the attention they deserve. I recently looked over my statistics: paying attention to which images were viewed and downloaded the most. I discovered that my... More...
My Film Scanning Workflow
posted by reeddaigle - 22nd of december, 2008
As of this blog entry, my portfolio contains 23 images. All were shot on film using a Canon AE-1 camera as old as I am. As I wrote in my first blog entry, I'm not anti-digital. In fact, I'm soon to have my very own Canon DSLR. In... More...
First Sales and First Blog Entry
posted by reeddaigle - 8th of december, 2008
Hello, I'm Reed Daigle, First of all, I'd like to thank my first customers on Dreamstime. During the past week and a half, I've had 4 sales. I appreciate your using my photos. If you don't mind and are able, please message... More...
Don't Throw Away Your Film Camera
posted by shootalot - 20th of september, 2007
Recently I have been scanning some old negatives from 1988 and have discovered quite a few nice photos. With film going out of style the temptation is to sell the old film camera for a song or even give it away. I tried that with... More...
The smell of the harvest
posted by dcwcreations - 17th of september, 2007
Somewhere I've read that one thing that stays with us as a memory is our smell. I remember as a child my mother did a lot of canning each fall. She would harvest the cucumbers and dill and start the pickle brine. It wouldn't take long... More...
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