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    I also shoot straight copy-work with a digicam.
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    I just posted this one which was scanned on the flatbed in two passes then merged together with p-shop. I'm starting to believe that a digicam on a copy stand is a better way to go.
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    Similar to Gary's I use a copy stand in more of a horizontal fashion for my 12x20 images. I considered a larger scanner or service, but I have a hard time laying out $2200 for a scanner or to let others handle my negatives.
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    Technology is not a panacea. It alone will not move your art forward. Only through developing your own aesthetic - free from the tools that create it - can you find new dimension to your work.

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    Hmmm. No surprises apparently. I really don't know what I was hoping for, but those are fine.

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    Yes! I was waiting for the perfect 1200 dpi 12x20 scanner for about $599 to come my way but I've not seen it yet!

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    Technology is not a panacea. It alone will not move your art forward. Only through developing your own aesthetic - free from the tools that create it - can you find new dimension to your work.

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    I use an Epson 1000 XL to scan the negatives.
    Has a bit of newton ring and minor banding issues that only matter when I'm printing large digital (You're welcome to give me shit as soon as you find me an 11x14 enlarger within my budget) which doesn't happen too often, prefer the contacts anyways.
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    I use an EPSON 2450 - I think we paid $99 or perhaps it was free with our computer set up...and you don't scan the negatives...you scan the print...see my website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBrunner View Post
    Got the set up right long ago. It just sits there.

    lights on-"Kerclick"-crop-size-upload. The digidoohickie puts it right in the 'puter.
    Oh so you are using a digi-snapper not a film camera. That makes sense. Making a film copy just for the web seemed like over kill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert Hall View Post
    Similar to Gary's I use a copy stand in more of a horizontal fashion for my 12x20 images. I considered a larger scanner or service, but I have a hard time laying out $2200 for a scanner or to let others handle my negatives.
    You don't need a $2200 scanner for scanning prints. See Scott Peters post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by donbga View Post
    Oh so you are using a digi-snapper not a film camera. That makes sense. Making a film copy just for the web seemed like over kill.
    The idea of doing that much work to get something to the web makes me laugh so hard I almost fell of my dinosaur

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