Day 283 (9th Oct) – Post!

Day 283 (9th Oct) - Post!

Project 366 (one photo per day for 2020 taken on 35mm film)

Event: Project 366
Location: Home
Camera: Canon AT-1
Lens(s): Canon FD 28mm f/2.8
Film: Fujifilm C200
Shot ISO: 200
Light Meter: Camera
Exposure: 1/2 @ f/8
Lighting: Monitor
Mounting: Tripod – Manfrotto
Firing: Self timer
Developer: Digibase C-41
Scanner: Epson V800
Post: Adobe Lightroom & Photoshop (dust removal)

Posted by CamShaw74 on 2020-11-13 08:22:50

Tagged: , Project , 366 , Canon , AT-1 , FD , 28mm , f/2.8 , C-41 , Fujifilm , C200 , 35mm , Film , Epson , V800 , Lightroom , Computer , Monitor , Post-processing , photography , Adobe

Day 165 (13th June) – Flickr Collage

Day 165 (13th June) - Flickr Collage

Project 366 (one photo per day for 2020 taken on 35mm film)

Event: Project 366
Location: Landing at home
Camera: Canon AT-1
Lens(s): Canon FD 70-210mm f/4 in Macro mode
Film: Fujifilm C200
Shot ISO: 200
Light Meter: Camera
Exposure: 1/8 @ f/11
Lighting: Computer Screen
Mounting: Tripod – Manfrotto
Firing: Self timer
Developer: AG Photographic
Scanner: Epson V800
Post: Adobe Lightroom & Photoshop (dust removal)

Posted by CamShaw74 on 2020-08-14 07:29:37

Tagged: , Project , 366 , Canon , AT-1 , FD , 70-210mm , f/4 , C-41 , Fujifilm , C200 , 35mm , Film , Epson , V800 , Photos , Collage

Day 77 (17th Mar) – Gender Changer

Day 77 (17th Mar) - Gender Changer

Project 366 (one photo per day for 2020 taken on 35mm film)

Event: Project 366
Location: Landing at home
Camera: Canon AT-1
Lens(s): Canon FD 50mm f/1.8 + Vivitar 2x Macro converter
Film: Fujifilm C200
Shot ISO: 200
Light Meter: Camera
Exposure: 1s @ f/8
Lighting: 1 x LED Torch
Mounting: Tripod – Manfrotto
Firing: Self timer
Developer: AG Photographic
Scanner: Epson V800
Post: Adobe Lightroom & Photoshop (dust removal)

Posted by CamShaw74 on 2020-06-05 07:41:08

Tagged: , Project , 366 , Canon , AT-1 , FD , 50mm , f/1.8 , Vivitar , Macro , C-41 , Fujifilm , C200 , 35mm , Film , Epson , V800 , Gender , changer , computer , 9-pin , D-type

Day 44 (13th Feb) – Intel

Day 44 (13th Feb) - Intel

Project 366 (one photo per day for 2020 taken on 35mm film)

Event: Project 366
Location: Landing at home
Camera: Canon AT-1
Lens(s): Canon FD 50mm f/1.8 + Vivitar 2x Macro converter
Film: Fujifilm C200
Shot ISO: 200
Light Meter: Camera
Exposure: 1/4 @ f/11
Lighting: Overhead LED light + LED torch
Mounting: Tripod – Manfrotto
Firing: Self-timer
Developer: Digibase C-41
Scanner: Epson V800
Post: Adobe Lightroom & Photoshop (dust removal)

Posted by CamShaw74 on 2020-05-03 07:23:43

Tagged: , Project , 366 , Canon , AT-1 , FD , 50mm , f/1.8 , Vivitar , C-41 , Fujifilm , C200 , Epson , V800 , Macro , CPU , processor , Intel , computer

Day 43 (12th Feb) – Heat Sink

Day 43 (12th Feb) - Heat Sink

Project 366 (one photo per day for 2020 taken on 35mm film)

Event: Project 366
Location: Landing at home
Camera: Canon AT-1
Lens(s): Canon FD 70-210mm f/4 in macro mode
Film: Fujifilm C200
Shot ISO: 200
Light Meter: Camera
Exposure: 1/8 @ f/11
Lighting: 2 x LED torches
Mounting: Tripod – Manfrotto
Firing: Self-timer
Developer: Digibase C-41
Scanner: Epson V800
Post: Adobe Lightroom & Photoshop (dust removal)

Posted by CamShaw74 on 2020-05-02 06:13:35

Tagged: , Project , 366 , Canon , AT-1 , FD , 70-210mm , f/4 , C-41 , Fujifilm , C200 , Epson , V800 , Metal , Aluminium , Heatsink , Abstract , Computer , CPU

Bogy Kong

Bogy Kong

Taken with a Polaroid 600 SE with the 127mm. I forget the aperture but it was a cloudy day and I remember they shutter being something like 1/4 sec. I think the piece of tape on his snout is from this scanner that I got months ago and hadn’t used a single time until last night to scan this photo.

Scanned using an Epson v-500 at 1200 dpi and compression at 16 on Professional mode. Full Auto mode scans a bit faster (around 57 seconds for each of the 3¼ x 4¼ instant prints) but it added some weird .jpeg artifacts. Actual size when masked in Professional mode turned into something like 3.6 x 4.2 for some reason. I’ll write things down next time. Final scan came out to be 5094 x 4144. Oh. I guess that gives me the dimensions too. Shut up. 3.453 x 4.245

Colour pack film has these really, really tiny pits on the surface, maybe a few per square millimeter, that are pretty neat when you look at them up close. (Well, Fuji pack film does anyway, I haven’t checked Polaroid pack or sheet and never noticed it on Polaroid 600) Apparently, the angle of incidence of the scanner light is perfect for filling those pits with light and presenting them to you as a bojillion little faint specks which you will think is dust and will cause you to spend 10 minutes squeezing a rocket blower over the scan bed and photo and 20 minutes moving and scanning the photo.

Adobe Elements 6.0 dust and scratch remover at 2 pixel radius and threshold of 2 to remove the thousands and thousands of little specks and applied warming filter (LB1 or 81, I don’t remember exactly now) to correct slight blue tint from scanner. (Turned the border faintly yellow; you can see the difference in the next photo of Harrah)

Colour rendering after the warming filter is closer but still not exact, specifically the reds, and overall it seems slightly muddier than when I was looking at it on another computer. Now I have first hand experience on why one would want one of those colour calibration things to stick on their monitor. I don’t know how much of it is the whole, "No way man, a digital image can’t capture the saturation and depth of a print". I’m hoping that the difference is at least consistant and I can just adjust the curves and slap on the same filters for each scan.

(I just noticed the slow fade to white of the border as you go up and how distracting it is)

Posted by yarr2d2 on 2009-06-18 17:01:00

Tagged: , Polaroid 600 SE , Mamiya 127mm , Fuji , color , instant , film , FP-100c , Polaroid , Fujiroid , scan , Epson , v-500 , 1200dpi , 1200ppi , Red , Kong , chew , toy , dog , Bogy , golden , retriever , pack , scanned , medium , format , 3.25x4x25

Thinking about further changes…

Thinking about further changes...

I’m at home for some days so I’m busy thinking about the scanner camera. This is an idea about embedding a mini pc into the camera itself. It’s based around a pico-itx computer and a Lilliput 5" monitor. It can’t be totally integrated because of dust, heat and light coming into the camera, but it would be a modular system with integrated design.

Posted by Project ESE on 2012-11-01 21:54:32

Tagged: , scanner camera , 645 , back , camera , ccd , diy , epson , format , hasselblad , mamiya , medium , mediumformat , megapixel , phase , scancam , scancamera , scanner , scannercam , scanning