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    Some Santa Photos !!

    2002 Hasselblad 501CM + 180mm f4 Cfi Sonnar, outdated Agfa Ultra 50 film, lighting by Bowens flashes, f14
    Some Santa Photos !!
    Santa 1 by pentaxpete, on Flickr
    1984 Mamiya C220, outdated Kodak GPY 160 film, lighting by Multibltz flashes
    Some Santa Photos !!
    Santa Sleigh by pentaxpete, on Flickr
    1984 Mamiya C220, 80mm f2.8 Sekors at close-up, x2 exposure, outdated Kodak GPY 160 film, Multibitz flashes.
    Some Santa Photos !!
    Santa portrait by pentaxpete, on Flickr

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    Re: Some Santa Photos !!

    Beautiful pictures, Peter.
    What scanner did you use to scan your photos?

    I wish a Merry Christmas to you and your family.

    Antonio.

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    Re: Some Santa Photos !!

    Merry Christmas Peter... Although I quit using film with my first DSLR camera and totally switched to digital, I am glad that someone is still using that medium!

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    Re: Some Santa Photos !!

    Hi Antony : The scanner' I use is an old model Epson 1650 flatbed i was given by a Camera Club member ( now deceased) -- it has the strip light in the top - the Epson Software it came with does not work properly for 'medium format' as it was really designed for 35mm -- the friend had made a cardboard mask to take his 1960's B&W negs from his Yashica 6x6 camera -- I made some masks to fit 6x7 and 645 format as well -- then I WON FREE the 'Vuescan Professional' software from Ed Hamrick of USA and it works with the old scanner for medium format easily -- I save the scans as 'TIFFS' and do any sizing and adjustments in PhotoShop 7 or the free Faststone Image Viewer.
    Richard : thanks for your comment too and Seasons Greetings to both of you - I am making some Fine Friends since I joined this site ( but I seem to be the only 'Real Film' user here ! )

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