Around St Paul's Cathedral, London

Now that I finally have a scanner (an Epson Perfection V600), I decided to re-scan an album from July 2012 that the lab did such a horrible job on, which resulted in the purple monstrosities here: bit.ly/VHkFTr See the difference...? My new scans are straight from the scanner, with all possible adjustments in the scanner software switched off, and no post-processing was done, except for a bit of rotate & crop on a few 'cos I didn't align the negatives perfectly on the scanner glass. I think I'm gonna like this machine...! ;-)

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2 Comments

  1. analogdisplay
    analogdisplay ·

    Wow the difference is huge! Did lomography do that? The original files were just screwed.
    I'm in London right now by the way, having a lot of fun taking pictures, can't wait to see the results!

  2. buckshot
    buckshot ·

    @analogdisplay: No, it wasn't the LomoLab, but a local camera shop I sometimes use that sends films away somewhere for processing. I think the lab probably hadn't done much cross-processing before. Enjoy your Lomo-tour of London, and good luck with the results...!