Large-Format Scanning

Discover the alternatives for producing your own scans in-house By Ibarionex R. Perello – DigitalPhotoPro.com If you shoot or have an extensive archive of large-format negatives or transparencies, the process of converting them into digital files can be costly. When done at a service bureau, each drum scan can run from $30 to $400. Depending …

Digital ISO Speeds

Just Like Film Speeds, But Different By Mike Stensvold – Digital PhotoPro.com Every photographer is familiar with ISO speeds, those numbers we dial into our exposure meters and cameras so they can lead usalbeit, sometimes somewhat circuitouslyto properly exposed images. Most films have ISO speeds, and digital cameras have ISO equivalents. Actually, the digital figures …

Do You Need A Full-Frame D-SLR?

There are significant advantages to D-SLRs that are designed around sub-full-frame image sensors. Before you decide that only full-frame will do, consider all the angles. Source Digital PhotoPro For the better part of the last three years, one of the biggest buzz topics for pro photographers going digital was the full-frame cameraan SLR with an …

If we hunt for LIGHT, we need to talk about f-stop….

I was watching this morning the last show from DTownTV.com, hummm, again The Minimun Aperture sounds WRONG for me and I am really want to post this, is a compendium of info available for you here, hope you like it. The aperture stop is an important element in most optical designs. Its most obvious feature …