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Kodak’s Kodachrome 1922 color motion picture film test

September 8th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Distraction, Humour, Video

Recently a sample of an Kodachrome color motion picture film test made by Kodak was digitized. The sample is dated to 1922 and should be one of the oldest color motion picture films available. It was made thirteen years before the first full length color feature film was shown. Read more. For scanning old Kodachrome […]

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Antfarm in a scanner, timelapsed

August 3rd, 2010 · No Comments · Distraction, Humour, News, Scanner, Video

Although very unusual this video is a timelapse of an antfarm “installed” in a scanner and filmed each week over half a decade. Lots of stuff happening in there and the ideas and the footage are really interesting. See yourself: ANTS in my scanner > a five years time-lapse! from françois vautier on Vimeo.

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SilverFast iSRD demo on Alhurra TV from Cebit 2010

May 10th, 2010 · No Comments · News, Scanner, SilverFast, Video

During this years CeBit in Hannover Alhurra TV taped a pretty cool TV-spot on SilverFast iSRD in close team play with the Plustek OpticFilm 7600i. It’s really great coverage!

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Short movie shot on a flatbed scanner

March 4th, 2010 · No Comments · Distraction, Humour, Scanner, SilverFast, Uncategorized, Video

This short movie was shot entirely with a flatbed scanner. It’s called “memoirs of a scanner” and it tells us an interesting story packed with…..nah! See yourself! BTW the filmmakers used a HP flatbed and it was not documented whether SilverFast was involved. Pls put a note in our comments area if anybody knows any […]

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new SilverFast Video on youtube

March 3rd, 2010 · No Comments · HowTo, Reviews, SilverFast, Video

After the IT-Enquirer extensively covered SilverFast recently, Erik Vlietinck has made a video to demonstrate, how uncomplicated it is, to bring color-faded negatives back to life in no time using the SilverFast Archive Suite. Watch the video on youtube or read the latest IT-Enquirer articles: – Bringing back to life colour-faded negatives in ten minutes […]

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Digital Analogue – beautiful stop-motion video

February 10th, 2010 · No Comments · analogue photography, Digital Photography, Distraction, Humour, Photography, Video

Really cool video made from a combination of old cameras mixed together with modern day sound and video. I even recognized some cameras I used to photograph with – back in the days. [vimeo 8892601] [via jnack]

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Scanning Principles – Online Training Course

October 18th, 2009 · No Comments · HowTo, Photoshop, Quicktips, Scanner, SilverFast, Tips and Tutorials, Video

This very nice and useful scanning guide can be found on Editor of this course is Taz Tally, who is also the author of the official SilverFast Guide book. This online course is two things – an introduction to general scanning principles and a SilverFast tutorial. Starting with explaining the requirements and setup Tally […]

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A DVD guide to digital printing and scanning

October 15th, 2009 · No Comments · HowTo, News, Photography Books, Printing, Reviews, Scanner, Tips and Tutorials, Video

In association with EPSON UK photo-i has just released a great tutorial / guide DVD covering all aspects of digital printing and scanning. Photographer Vincent Oliver has written and edited this easy-to-follow introduction to digital imaging. Running almost 3 hours Vincent Oliver shows how to get the best from printer and scanner. Topics featured are: […]

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SilverFast Quick Tip: Scanning for TV

September 14th, 2009 · No Comments · Digital Photography, HowTo, Processing, Quicktips, SilverFast, Tips and Tutorials, Video

Scanning for a presentation on a TV can be tricky. Image resolution and aspect ratio have to be taken into consideration. SilverFast and especially the Archive Suite can help you.

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Japanese tech geek builds 130 megapixel scanner camera

July 16th, 2009 · 3 Comments · Digital Photography, Distraction, Flickr, HowTo, Photography, Scanner, SilverFast, Uncategorized, Video

It’s not something that you would take on your next Photo safari but if you are into gadgets and alike you will love this one. A japanese camera buff build himself a 130 megapixel camera from an older 1200 dpi Epson flatbed scanner and a manual Canon lens. The images are huge:  13,068 x 10,173 pixels. (The […]

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