First Spinner Pics
First inform, then scan. So it should be. But I've done it the other way :) . My 9000f and ScanGear did not work well with the Digitaliza, so I asked my buddy google what I have to do. And behold: SilverFast was the answer. So I reinstalled it and gave the program one last chance. It worked well... almost. I still had a blue tint, but after playing a bit with the color settings I came to acceptable outcomes. And here you see them. PS: Note the sceptical faces of some passers-by. They are like "WTF!? What is this spinning thing?". Pretty funny. PPS: And do not worry if I have a "serious" face on some photos. I have photosensitive eyes and was blinded by the sun. And I have no sunglasses with diopter. But they are on my Wish list.This photo was shot on film. Taken by dasjuerg with a Lomography Spinner 360 (available in our Online Shop) loaded with Rollei Digibase CN 200 film in Heidelberg, Germany. These tags describe this photo: 360, grad, degrees, spinner, heidelberg, alte, brücke, karl-theodor, 35mm, sprockets, sprocket, holes, rollei, digibase, cn, 200, lightleaks, light, leaks, and digitaliza. Date: 2011-09. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album First Spinner Pics.