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Scanning Film Negatives with a DSLR by Amy Berge

Scanning Film Negatives with a DSLR on Shoot It With Film

I am fortunate enough that I have a Noritsu LS-600 (read: super swanky scanner) for my 35mm film. It can take in and scan an entire roll at once, is extremely fast, gives me great results, and has saved me a ton of money over the years. It only has two flaws: It doesn’t scan sprocket holes, and it doesn’t scan 120 film…

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How to Sharpen Your Film Scans by James Baturin

How to Sharpen Film Scans by James Baturin on Shoot It With Film

Scanning is a great way to make digital files of your physical negatives. I’ve been scanning my negatives for a few years now with an Epson V600 scanner, and it works great. But sometimes the scanner renders the scans a bit soft where they look out of focus even if the photo itself is sharp…