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flag_en How to Scan Colour Film (featuring SilverFast 8.8)

Jonathan Notley: « Showing you some tips and tricks for scanning your colour negatives at home. »

flag_en How to Scan Black-and-White Film (featuring SilverFast 8.8)

Jonathan Notley: « Scanning black and white film might seem easier (because you don't have to worry about colour) but it's still important to get as much detail out of the negative as possible. In this video I show you some of the tools I use in SilverFast to get good results. »

flag_en How to Scan Slides (featuring SilverFast 8.8)

Jonathan Notley: « In this video I'll show you how to digitise 'Slides' or transparencies using SilverFast scanning software. If you've never used SilverFast before then this will serve as a good starting point to follow along with, but you might still pick up some tips if you've been scanning for a while. As always I'm happy to answer any questions you might have in the comments below, and thanks for watching. »

flag_en Scanning Color Negative Film with SilverFast Ai Studio 8.5 and Adobe Lightroom

Sebastian Schlüter: « In this video tutorial I show you my color negative scanning workflow. It is a two part workflow using LaserSoft Imaging SilverFast 8.5 and Adobe Lightroom. The intension was to show you how you can get beautiful scans similar to Fuji Frontier lab scans with your consumer scanner at home. I use a Epson V700 and get very nice results. »

flag_en Rescued Film Project POST PRODUCTION

Rescued Film Project: « The Rescued Film Project teaches you our Post-Production workflow. We'll teach you how to handle negatives, help you pick a negative scanner, break down how to scan negatives, as well as how to best manage your photo data and backup.

Did you find this video helpful?
Please contribute to our efforts here, www.rescuedfilm.com »

flag_en Film Scanning Tips for Epson Perfection Scanners

Nick Carver: « My Epson Perfection V750 is actually pretty darn good. Sure, it's no drum scanner, but, especially for the price, it can create some phenomenal image scans when you do things right.

So in this video I'm going to show you how to get the best results from your Epson Perfection Pro film scanner. A film scanning tutorial, of sorts. Step 1 is getting the focus dialed in, then it's about maximizing image quality through the right software and software settings. With the right technique, your film scanning will go quickly and smoothly, yielding some impressive results. »

flag_en Comparing 5 Epson Film Scanning Techniques

Nick Carver: « What's the best technique for scanning film on the Epson Perfection flatbed film scanner?
Mmm, mhmm, yes. That's a good question. That's what I wanted to find out. So I set out to compare 5 different scanning techniques on my Epson Perfection V750 Pro scanner. The techniques were:
  1. Using the good old Epson film tray
  2. Dry mount to a piece of ground glass
  3. Fluid Mount with the Epson fluid mount station
  4. Fluid Mount directly to the scanner glass
  5. Inverted Fluid Mount using the Betterscanning.com Variable Height Mounting Station »

flag_en How to Scan Film Negatives Using SilverFast Software

Lon.TV: « This first video shows how you can efficiently scan negatives using a flatbed scanner and SilverFast software. It can be as easy as loading them up and just a few mouse clicks. But SilverFast is also very good at finding and removing dust and scratches that might be on your negatives. Removing them at the time of scan means you'll have less to do later.

Also important to note that the concepts covered here also apply universally to scanning in general. My goal with sponsored videos like this one is to add value beyond just a sales pitch and I am very interested in what you have to say! »

flag_en Plustek OpticFilm Scanner 8200i Ai Negative Film Scanner Review

Lon.TV: « I review the Plustek Opticfilm 8200i Ai Negative Film scanner. This scanner allows you to scan the film equivelent of a RAW image for archiving. It's a great way to archive old photos. Just be prepared to spend a little time doing it. »

flag_en Scanning 35mm Film Negatives at Home – Pakon, Plustek and Epson Scanners

Grain TV: « In this video I talk about some of the considerations and obstacles I faced while looking for a quality and affordable film scanner. I also show you some of the basic equipment I use and preparations I take while scanning. And lastly I briefly show you the basic settings I use when scanning in an image for distribution online. »

flag_en Long Exposure Photography – From Shoot to Print

Stephen Milner « This video is about how I photograph long exposures using my Mamiya 7 with Fujifilm Velvia 50. I scan the files into my Apple iMac 5k computer using SilverFast and the Epson v800. I edit the photos using Adobe Lightroom and I print the images on Hahnemuhle paper with the Canon Pixma Pro 1.

The final photos are some of my best work and they are of a minimal fine art style.

Please excuse the lighting and audio quality during the scenes in my new studio. I hope to buy some lighting and soundproofing soon. »

flag_en SilverFast Automatic Adaptive Contrast Optimisation

Ian Barber: « Demonstration of the SilverFast Automatic Adaptive Contrast Optimisation to open up shadow details in a black and white negative scan. »

flag_en Scanning photographic film on an Epson V800 using EPSON Scan and SilverFast

Jahan Saber: « In this video i'll be showing you a walkthrough of how to scan 35mm and medium format film on an Epson V800 scanner using EPSON Scan and SilverFast 8 S.E. »

flag_de XLAB: IT8 Kalibrierung am Filmscanner OpticFim120

Rüdiger Schestag: « Profilierung der bildverarbeitenden Geräte von der Kamera über den Monitor bis hin zum Scanner gehört für den Profi zum Alltag. Die IT8-Kalibrierung ist bei Scannern eine einfache Lösung zur Farbstabilität. »

flag_de XLAB: Scan – Staub und Kratzer automatisch entfernen

Rüdiger Schestag: « Mit dem OpticFilm 120 von Plustek und SilverFast kann man über den Infrarotkanal Staub und Kratzer auf dem Film finden und entfernen lassen. »

flag_de XLAB: Filmscanner Plustek OpticFilm120 Review

Rüdiger Schestag: « Flachbettscanner sind beliebt und verbreitet. Wer es etwas komfortabler und professioneller haben will gönnt sich einen Filmscanner. ich habe den Pulstek ausprobiert. »

flag_cn 胶片的颜色?SilverFast 8 简单介绍+中性点校色

Guo Jing: « 有人建议我出 SilverFast (银快)的使用体验,但我一直觉得挺枯燥的估计没人看就没做,但是想了一下,虽然枯燥但还算是有点用,今天就给大家聊一下基本界面,以及我最常使用的中性点功能吧,希望做一个抛砖引玉,大家有好的方法也可以留言+评论+私信。 »