Couple of floral's for your viewing

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  1. Dracklord

    Dracklord TPF Noob!

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    1. morning glory under arch
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    2. Some sort of flower
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    3. Another random flower
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    Hope you enjoy them!!
     
  2. shoedumas

    shoedumas Truly Canadian Eh?

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    Nice shots. A bit grainy, but I like 'em.
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Yes, I enjoy them.
    Are these scanned prints?
    They look like it (and I think this is what accounts for the grain, too?)

    I really like the softness of the first!
    Colours and focus are so soft ... which goes kind of hand in hand and suits this delicate flower.

    The second is a dahlia, I think? Where is Chris aka digital_flower_pictures to tell us? He knows all the flowers. And I feel I ought to know what flower there is in your #3, but don't :oops: ...:roll:
     
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    yes, they are picture cd scans. Ritz camera gave them too me as jpg's at 96 dpi resolution, approx 1.5 mb per file... very disappoited in the quality, and won't get the picture cd's again
     
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    Every lab I've seen does a similar scan quality.. they don't want you printing them off at home for free afterwards of course.
     
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    so other than buying a negative scanner, is there a decent way to get scans from film?
     
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    I love flowers and did enjoy these.
     
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    shoedumas Truly Canadian Eh?

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    :O Thats terrible! I work in a London Drugs Photo lab, and all our jpegs to CD's are at least 3mb filesize. I don't know what DPI we have it set at, but I'm sure it's better than that. You might want to complain about that.
     
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    god, I just looked at these on a different monitor than the one I typically use at home, on of my school's flat panels and they look like crap compared to my crt

    Hopefully the rescans I am going to get done are better
     
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    neatimage or similar program could probably help these to an extent, but good luck on the rescans...
     

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