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Rescanned Redscale: What a Difference a Scan Makes

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  1. jennson

    jennson

    i like that little bit of a green touch in redscales!! ..looking forward to get my epson 700 which i ordered today! sooo curious about the difference..

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    I love this!

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  3. adrienne-is

    adrienne-is

    thank you! gracias, merci, kheyli mamnun, etc...;p

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Rescanned Redscale: What a Difference a Scan Makes

These are some shots I recently rescanned after receiving a new scanner (Canon 9900F) a gift. The results are dramatically different. While the previous set was pretty cool, I like this one better. The images don't appear over saturated and detail is much more visible. Also, I scanned some of the first set backwards which could have altered the color as well.

adrienne-is This photo was shot on film. Taken by adrienne-is with a Lomography Horizon Kompakt (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Lomography Redscale (35mm) film (available in our Online Shop) in Toronto, Canada. These tags describe this photo: rescanned, redscale, color, red, yellow, canada, north, america, holiday, nature, island, toronto, pano, wide, long, 35mm, and panoramic. Date: 2009-05. Time: Afternoon. This photo can be found in the album Horizon: Toronto + Toronto Island.

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