I have a Pacific Image 3540 u scanner which works well but is very slow in scanning, I also have a Nikon LS-2000 scanner that is great but I am unable to use it since it is SCSI and none of my computers take a SCSI card, and even with VueScan, it will not operate the scanner with several...
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There's a little more info now on the China-special limited edition (which sounds like it will make its way to other markets). Personally I think it's a very handsome camera...
I recently purchased a very cheap negative scanner on Amazon, and was pretty disappointed with the results. I found online a description of a process using DSLRs using 3D printed parts -- I'm intrigued by the idea - especially since I have a K-1, and the goal is to digitize film from...
Working with a simulation with the classic negative as a base. Fuji Superia Xtra 400!!
Got this one from FujiXWeekly.com.
This is for X-Trans IV and newer. All these are from the X100V.
Please share your images and recipes!
Someone has a recipe for the new Classic Negative film simulation. I've tried it, and it looks good. Although I have no idea if it is identical to what comes with the Pro3.
Go in Image Quality (I.Q.) menu.
Select 400% dynamic range.
Select Classic Chrome film simulation;
Grain Effect at...
Trying this for the first time. It can be grainy as you might expect. Taken with a Minox 35GT.
Bluebell woods by -theoldsmithy-
Bluebell woods 2 by -theoldsmithy-
Path 2 by -theoldsmithy-
Watermill chimney by -theoldsmithy-
Bark by -theoldsmithy-
I was walking the dogs along the lake this morning and the nearly featureless sky was screaming at me.....hey look over here.....negative space. Pretty unimaginative, but it's done.
Also, I usually HATE horizons cutting an image in half, so I went with a square crop. Somehow I feel that makes...