May 20th, 2009 - Camera Scanning - using a digital camera as a scanner
One of the most promising developments in the scanning of film images is the use of a digital camera to digitize massive numbers of images very quickly. Using inexpensive equipment along with a digital camera, we've been able to make more than 1000 high-res scans of black and white film in a single day. This technique also works extremely well for color transparency film - providing a reproduction-quality scan for pennies apiece.
Who should attend this workshop?
This workshop is geared to photographers, collection managers, assistants, and production professionals who want to learn how to use this revolutionary technique.
For more details, please go to www.thedambook.com
, and yes, lunch is provided!