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Should You Invest in Wet Scanning, or is Dry Scanning ‘Good Enough’?

In the film photography workflow, scanning is my least favorite step. However, for those without a dark room and printing equipment it’s the only option for editing and sharing their work. And when you need to squeeze out every last detail, tonality, and sharpness from the negative, wet mounting can get you through that last

Scanning Color Negatives with Eversmart Pro Scanner using Eversmart Scan

Scitex/Creo Eversmart series scanners are phenomenal SCSI scanners but depending on the version of the scanner you have, you may not be able to upgrade to the Oxygen Scan software that provides ability to scan in 16 BIT RAW. If you have Jazz, Eversmart or Eversmart PRO version of the scanners, you’ll be limited to

Scanning Color Negatives using Epson Scanner and ColorPerfect Plugin

Here is a quick and easy visual tutorial for scanning color negatives using Epson scanners (v700 in this example) and ColorPerfect plugin. Setting up Epson Scan for Positive Scans Select Configuration button at the bottom of the main screen in Epson Scan software and update the settings based on the following screenshots. Click OK when

Deciding on a Film Scanner

Scanning is a great way to digitize your film, offering flexibility of a hybrid film and digital workflow. As any part of the film photography process, digitizing is a time consuming process, but is very rewarding once you’ve got the tools that fit your needs.┬áThere are a number of film scanning solutions on the market,