How do you deal your films?


posted on 3rd of january, 2008

When you finish taking a picture in film, how many steps will you take before it can be uploaded to DT?
I am quite nervous about this. I like take slides with Kodak 100VS. But it is really a big problem for scanning and digital darkroom.
Do you recommend any scanner or how do you deal you scanning results?
I will try to upload some pics taken in film later.

Comments (2)

Posted by Lzyspirit on October 06, 2009
I got my 9000ED several months ago.
Really a great scanner!
Posted by Loveliestdreams on January 03, 2008
Hi, here is a link to my school at betterphoto, which gives ratings on scanners and film scanners:
http://www.betterphoto.com/reviews/reviewItemsAll.asp?catID=28

and here are reviews for both types on cnet
http://reviews.cnet.com/4566-3136_7-0.html?tag=brdcrmb

I always search for user reviews before I buy almost everything!!!

beautiful photos. I love the black swans, my favorite animal.



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