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Film Photography: Scanning & Editing analog photos

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So you went out with your analog camera, exposed some rolls of film and got them back from the lab. What’s next? Did you get scans from your lab but you want to edit them? Or do you want to scan them yourself but don’t know which method to use and how to get the best results out of your negatives? I’m here to help! I want to walk you through my workflow that I developed in the process of shooting, scanning, editing and organizing hundreds of rolls of film over the last 10 years.

I want to start of by giving you an overview of the different scanning options out there. Whatever you choose, it’s good to have an idea of the pros and cons. For most people, camera scanning is the best and most future proof option. So I will show you my camera scanning setup and help you build your own. We will then scan a roll of film and convert the images into positives in Negative Lab Pro, the leading software in film conversion. This is where you make base decisions in which look you want your photos to have. The next step is taking your images into Photoshop where we will fine tune them. I will show you my non-destructive workflow that allows you to always go back and change things in the future. Throughout the whole process, we’ll make sure to establish a good organization structure so that we’ll find our negatives and the matching digital scans in many years time.

The same negative can look very different, depending on what scanning and editing route you take. I want to help you finding a solution that works for you to get the best out of your analog photos.



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