7-20-15 Testing My New FujiFilm Instax 210 Instant Camera!

Instant Photo from my FujiFilm Instax 210 Camera. Uncorrected Scan.
Instant Photo from my FujiFilm Instax 210 Camera. Color and Backlight Corrected Scan.

Hey all,

A couple weeks ago I was able to test my brand new FujiFilm Instax 210 Instant Camera so I wanted to share those test photos with you. It was July 4th weekend up in historic Ridgfield, Connecticut and we saw that the local homeowners had dressed up their historic homes for the holiday! My instant photo scans are below (I only scanned them using my Epson Perfection V600 default settings so they were scanned just as they were – no correction):

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2-23-15 Continuing through the Photography of sailor David M. Anderson

David M Andersons Photo of the USS Enterprise, 1978
David M Anderson’s 35mm photo of the USS Enterprise, 1978

More of Sailor David M. Anderson’s 35mm Photography!

I recently purchased a collection of 35mm film negatives shot by US Navy sailor David M. Anderson¬†during his time aboard the USS Enterprise US Aircraft Carrier in 1978. The Enterprise was not only the longest in the world, but also nuclear powered! I’ve come to realize what an inspiring photographer Mr Anderson was and so I’d like to share more of his photography with you. I scanned the negatives using my Epson Perfection v600 Photo scanner.

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9-30-14 Scanning 35mm negatives with sprocket holes

I’m psyched I just started scanning with the Epson Perfection V600! So far, it’s great! Having successfully scanned two photos, some 35mm negatives and several slides, I’m curious now about scanning negatives with sprocket holes:

How to scan negatives with sprocket holes included (This film bracket looks useful DigitaLIZA:
http://www.lomography.com/magazine/tipster/2011/05/28/scanning-sprocket-holes-using-epson-scanners

Time to scan!
-The Wandering Humorist