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Fearless Photographer: Film in the Digital Era by Ingrid Nelson, Salvatore Joseph Prezioso

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5 The Hybrid Workflow

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“The person scanning your film is ultimately responsible for how your image will look.”

You have a film camera, you shot something, so now what? You need to get your film developed and into your computer. Yup, into your computer. This is the modern age; prints just don’t cut it anymore. You need high resolution and quality scans to edit, sort, and present, all via computer. So what do you do?

There are a few options and price points for getting your film developed and scanned. These options vary from user to user and are based on your end goals and needs. First I’ll go over what I do; then I’ll talk about the other options ...

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