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Kodak Mobile Film Scanner: An Inexpensive Walk Down Memory Lane

2019-07-25 Kodak Mobile Film Scanner-09 - software using phone as scanner

Kodak Mobile Film Scanner: An Inexpensive Walk Down Memory Lane Many, many years ago I bought an expensive film scanner from Epson because I had years of 35mm to digitize. Never got around to it. Then my film developer provided discs, then I switch away from film and went full digital. The end. Except my interested was piqued  when Dick

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Reflecting on My Photography Editing Deficit (Taking Lots of Photos at School)

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On March 2nd I shot over 150 images and videos on two cameras & my iPhone covering two student assemblies for the Jump for the Heart initiative. On the prior Wednesday, February 28th, I shot over 270 images covering a rugby demo/promo event. The Friday before that, February 23rd, I shot over 270 images covering my school’s Black History Assembly.

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Daily Random Sh*t: New Camera, Continued

Daily Random Shit: New Camera, Continued I got to shoot with the new mirror-less Olympus E-M10 Mark III camera today. Loved it. I was right. With the stock lens, it’s small enough to fit in my 5.1.1. pants pockets and even with the “big lens” (40-150mm) attached it’s every lightweight when attached to my Peak Design Capture Camera Clip. I

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Daily Random Sh*t: New Smaller Camera: Olympus OMD EM10 Mark III

Daily Random Shit: New Smaller Camera: Olympus OMD EM10 Mark III Smaller, cooler, retro-looking, I’m really looking forward to shooting with this camera. I wish I knew about these mirrorless cameras when I upgraded my Canon Rebel last Spring. I’m thinking of “trading in” my old and new Canon cameras to cover the cost of buying a second Olympus (body).

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“The Old New World” Photo-Based Animation

The Old New World by Alexey Zakharoff

DailyRandomSh*t for 2016-04-18: “The Old New World” Digital artist, Alexey Zakharoff, has taken still photos from the 1930s and created an animated 3D view of that long gone world. Enjoy. Source photos by shorpy.com Music: Al Bowlly – “Guilty” Still frames and illustrations: behance.net/gallery/35310703/The-Old-New-World-Photo-based-animation-project

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Photos Everywhere & A Tad Expensive

photos-app-imac-press_1024-imore When Apple recently released the new Photo.app on OS X, as a long time believer in iPhoto, I was hopeful that they’d addressed shortcomings I’d wrestled with. I think they’ve mostly hit the mark with a small number of concerns. Thus, I begin this discussion by recognizing that the biggest problem related to modern mobile-photography is one of both

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Saving History: Rescued Film Project & 31-WWII Rolls of Film

I was just writing an article about something that happened eight-years ago like it was ancient history and decided to pull up and post images from that event. Then I stumbled into this article by Michael Zhang on the PetaPixel Facebook page about someone who was using his old-school photo developing skills and digital technology to rescue 31-rolls of undeveloped

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