Slide scanning, negative scanning, cine and video transfer kept clear and simple.
Saturn Films (1969) Why do I love photography, and digitising images in particular ? Firstly I enjoy preserving memories for my customers – and for my family, that special moment in time that has been captured and preserved. Secondly there is the challenge of restoring a faded photograph, or one… Read more“Photography and digitising”
Some of you may have heard that there is a new photo format on the block. There is! The new format was developed by the Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG). The HEIF – Heigh Efficiency Image File. This format has a some advantages over the file format we know and… Read more“HEIF – what on earth is that ?”
It was our summer holidays and time to explore our backyard. Not literally, we were going further afield – Raglan and Llansteffan castles were on our ‘TO DO’ list, having visited Carrge Cenen castle some weeks before. I love Wales, I always have. One of my earliest memories is of… Read more“Our neck of the woods”
I continue to be surprised at the variety of photographic materials that come my way, ok most customers send packets of 35mm slides or rolls of negatives BUT I get a fair number of glass plates too! Glass plate photographs have become something of an niche interest for me. It… Read more“Scanning glass plates”
Tonights ramblings are about two film related events over the weekend that just got me thinking about cine film. On Saturday I went into our local HMV, which thankfully is still open. I like popping in there because you find the films you won’t find anywhere else a recent example… Read more“Cine film memories”