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Scanning a Film Stripe

For a bunch of reasons you need this tip. You can use it for scanning your Sprocket Rocket shots, your Lomo panoramic shots or just a stripe. Learn how to do it after the break.

I used one Epson scanner, one roll of exposed Fuji Sensia and then cross-processed, of course, a laptop. The following video is providing all steps you need for getting a good scan.

You can use my settings or not. Now you can take advantage and use this tip for getting you panoramas, your sprocket rocket shots or just any regular film stripe, scanned.

Enjoy:

written by pvalyk

3 comments

  1. el-perverso

    el-perverso

    Too bad, the video is on youtube and some videos get censored in Germany because of the music :(

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  2. pvalyk

    pvalyk

    good to know. i'll repost without music.sorry!

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  3. ehmahh

    ehmahh

    Very helpful - although my epson scanner is playing up :(

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