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Thoughts on scanners?

So I literally have thousands of slides.These were primarily taken from the early 80s to late 90s but I still generally have a roll loaded up into one of my heavyweight Nikons.While the vast majority of these slides represent my really early work, I do wish to keep them and there are one or two in there that I like.Also, revisiting this work after all these years might prove interesting.I've been thinking about film scanners.I know there's a bit of a debate out there about whether a dedicated... continue reading

My very first uploads.

Hey everybody.I am a newcommer here on Dreamstime , and are looking forward to spend some time with photography here on this site.Although a newcommer, I have been making photos since the beginning of 1970.Today my first 7 pictures are online and I hope you will enjoy them.There are many more to come.At first most of my pictures will be photos from my early travel through parts of Asia in 1975 to 1977. So it will be a nostalgic journey back in time.They are all scanned from Kodachrome... continue reading

hi, friends, are you still using film cameras?

Although digital cameras are popular, and very convenient,But when out shooting photos,especially landscape type photos, I was willing to use a digital camera ,at the same time, an additional 120 film camera Will be brought,Color and level of film is always a delight,these pictures were taken with film cameras and slide, use the Film Scanner scan. continue reading

Impressive picture presentations: A recommendation from a 50% DT exclusive photographer

Hi all! I am half way of becoming a DT Exclusive photographer! That means I have uploaded 50% of the pictures needed to achieve the "Nobility Title" :) Almost there!Anyhow, the subject of my "article", apart from this joke (and showing off my yummy new pictures) was to share something with you all.If you want to present your pictures in a different way, you might want to consider this option: www.animoto.com. They claim to be "The end of slideshows", and they could be fairly right.I won'... continue reading

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