Knowing how to scan is a crucial thing if you're a serious Lomographer. You can ask a photo lab to scan your negatives for you, but most of them can't scan special formats such as sprockets and panoramas. Doing it yourself gives you creative control, and it's not as complicated as it seems!
From Technical to Technique
We’re here to show you the ropes; take you from A-Z starting with all the technical ins and outs and even a community survey about the types of scanners Lomographers are using. We’ve got everything covered and we’re going to pvrove that there is no mystery in scanning! In face there is even a boat load of fun you can have when you get creative with the digitalizing process.
01 Tutorial – All About Scanning from Equipment to Technique
02 Scan Up Your Life! A Spicy Survey About Scanners
03 How to Scan Sprockets with Different Scanners
Who doesn’t love sprockets? Sadly, some scanners don’t! But no need to get the doldrums as shoujoai walks you through on how to modify your scanner to accommodate your sprocket needs! Read the full Tipster
04 Digitalize Your Scanners the Ghetto Way Using the Lomography Digitalizer and a Digital Camera
05 Double Stacked Combinations
Don’t have a camera that has a double exposure setting? That’s no problem as long as you have a scanner! Scapegoat shows us the way to get those delicious multiple exposures with a bit of digital help. Read the full Tip
06 Your Turn to Give it a Try!
Now that we got your creative juices flowing it’s time to try it out for your self and come up with new tips to share with your fellow Lomographers!
07 The New DigitaLIZA Scanning Masks
Get yourself started on creatively digitalizing your negatives with our DigitaLIZA Scanning Masks! Now, you don’t have to settle for less when you’re scanning. Extra long panoramas and overlapping exposures are a walk in the part with the DigitaLIZA!
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