Slide scanning, negative scanning, cine and video transfer kept clear and simple.
At Saturn Films 1969 we recently completed part one of the scanning and restoration of photographs from the Glynneath, Cwmgwrach, Pontneathvaughan and Ystradfellte areas. The photos span over a hundred years and capture significant moments and views of our local area. My brilliant idea was to visit the same positions… Read more“A Photographer on the loose – Taking pictures in the Neath Valley.”
The question most people ask, quite rightly so, is how long will my slide, negative, photo, cine or video digitising project take ? The answer is going to depend on many variable as each project is different, different numbers, formats, levels of colour degradation and so on – that’s why… Read more“How long does it take to scan slides ?”
We get a lot of cine film to transfer and – mostly – it is silent footage. Even when there is a sound track stripe (the magnetic strip on the sides of the film) it is usually unrecorded. However there are films where there is a recorded sound track and,… Read more“Sound on Cine film”
Copying cine film to digital is relatively easy. I am talking about Standard 8mm or Super 8mm home movies that most of us seem to have acquired over the years either by filming ourselves or by aquiring the from our parents. Simply you scan a frame, then the next one… Read more“Copying cine film to digital”
I have said before ‘it’s a funny old business how we get a run on slides, negatives, medium format, 110’s or video’. This month has seen a run on VHS and Hi-8 tapes (the past 3 months we have been given lots of standard 8mm to digitise), several customers from… Read more“VHS Video to Digital Format”