|Posted: Wed Jul 03, 2019 2:52 am Post subject: Kodak's Mobile Film Scanner
|A member over at the Pentax forums posted a note about this app, which is available for both Android and Apple devices, so I decided to check it out. It's a free app and it's made by Kodak, so I was thinking it might be worth taking a look at.
Well, I didn't have any negatives handy or a light box for slides, so what I did was, I located some negative duplicates I'd made with my Sony NEX on my computer, and brought up a few of these negative images in my favorite photo editing software.
The app is easy to use. You just point it at the negative and click. The image that is displayed on your phone (or whatever) before you take the shot is the positive, if you're shooting negatives, so you're able to get an idea as to exactly what it is that the image contains. There are several post processing steps you can take to enhance the photo. All in all, I'd say I'm impressed. I will use it more just for the convenience of it, if for no other reason.
So, check it out, and let us know what you think.
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