Monday, 23 November, 2020

Vuescan vs. Silverfast

My idea for this little test, was to see which software would give me the best result, at the shortest time.You can of course tweak and adjust for perfection for each scan, and that will obviously give you the best result for each scan - in either Vuescan or Silverfast - but like I said that wasn't my goal...

November 2020

Camera: Minolta XG2 - Film: Konica Chrome Centuria 100

Project 20.53 #Week 18

The new camera and new film every week in 2020 project

Project 20.53 #Week 17

The new camera and new film every week in 2020 project

October 2020

Camera: Fujica ST605N - Film: Kodak Ektar 100

Project 20.53 #Week 16

The new camera and new film every week in 2020 project

September 2020

Camera: Contax G1 - Film: Fujichrome Velvia 50

Project 20.53 #Week 15

The new camera and new film every week in 2020 project

Project 20.53 #Week 14

The new camera and new film every week in 2020 project

August 2020

Camera: Nikon F70 - Film: Kodak Ektachrome Panther P1600

Project 20.53 #Week 13

The new camera and new film every week in 2020 project

Project 20.53 #Week 12

The new camera and new film every week in 2020 project

Project 20.53 #Week 11

The new camera and new film every week in 2020 project

July 2020

Camera: Minolta XG2 - Film: Konica VX 200

Project 20.53 #Week 10

The new camera and new film every week in 2020 project

A stroll with a Olympus 35 EC

One of the best viewfinder cameras I have tried.

June 2020

Camera: Nikon FE - Film: Washi S

Project 20.53 #Week 9

The new camera and new film every week in 2020 project

Loose thoughts: the redscale trick with slide film

As you properly know the redscale film is made by turning the color negative film "around" so the light gets through the film from the back side.And that made me think, can you do the same with a slide film? Has anyone ever tried it?Or am I missing something obvious, that indicates that it doesn't work? Well as always, the internet...

Project 20.53 #Week 8

The new camera and new film every week in 2020 project

A few frames from a Konica Chrome Centuria

Konica Chrome Centuria 100 ISO: 100Film format: 35mmDeveloped: At the local labCamera: Nikon F70Expired: No I started scanning my old negatives, and this one is the very first cross processing I ever made, well it was a mistake from the lab, they developed the slide film (E6) in C41 chemicals. I was pretty sad/mad about it back then - I don't...

Favored location: Copenhagen Central Station

Copenhagen Central Station, like many other major train stations, it's a good place to do some street and architectural photography. I also work here, that gives me access to some otherwise impossible to go to spots, and that of course makes this location a bit extra nice - for me. Most of the photos here are made in spots, everyone...

Project 20.53 #Week 7

The new camera and new film every week in 2020 project

A quick look at Negative Lab Pro

The best way to convert your analog negatives.
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