NEGATIVE (PHOTOGRAPHY) TO DIGITAL PHOTO

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HOW TO CONVERT NEGATIVES TO DIGITAL PHOTOS.

Materials:

¶ White Wooden table (approximately 100x100cm) «tabla de madera blanca aproximadamente de 100x100cm»

¶ White fabric (I used a sheet) « tela blanca, he usado unas sábanas »

¶ Pins «chinchetas»

¶ Iron «plancha »

¶ Digital Camera with tripode « cámara digital con tripode»

¶ Projector of negatives « proyector de negativos »

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Step 1: Prepare the Area for Project the Images « Preparar La Zona De Proyección »

Put the sheet same as the pictures, you can use pins to fix the sheet over/around the wooden table. Try pulling out the wrinkles « Pon las sábanas igual que en la imágenes, puedes usar chinchetas para fixar la sábana alrededor de la tabla de madera. Intenta quitar las arrugas»

Step 2: Remove All Wrinkles « Quitar Todas Las Arrugas »

Use the iron to remove all wrinkles, I recommend ironing with steam « usa la plancha para quitar todas las arrugas, recomiendo planchar con vapor ».

Why I use a white fabric? Because the fabric catch better the light and colours and doesn't reflect « Porqué he usado tela blanca? Porque la tela coge mejor la luz y los colores y no refleja»

Step 3: Prepare the Projector and Camera « Preparar El Proyector Y La Cámara »

Open the projector and put the camera with the tripode betwen the table and the projector traying to see in the screen the image projected. I use a camera whit remote control to do more easyer the work. Use the zoom to catch better the image « abre el proyector y pon la cámara entre la tabla y el proyector intentando ver en la pantalla la imagen proyectada. Hago servir una cámara con mando a distancia para facilitar la faena. Usa el zoom para emfocar mejor la imagen.»

Step 4: LOOK THE RESULTS << Mira Los Resultados >>

Sometimes you will need to cut the image. You can use PHOTOSHOP or a simple program PAINT.

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    BMCtech

    5 years ago

    Yes, it's a good idea but is better big zone to catch the images without making zoom and increace the quality, I think.

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    rimar2000

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Instead of blankets, you can use the fridge (if it is white) to project the image, the sharpness is far better.

    To avoid reflection you can project a bit slanted.

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