how do you get borders like theese

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  1. Tyler Wicka

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    yeah i have been woundering how to get borders like theese...do you just scan the negatives or do u actually make the print or what?

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    It's just a neg scan.
     
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    yeah but with the text on top? cause i have scanned some of my negatives and i cant get the text in
    do only certain films have that?
     
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    All films have it. You're probably just cropping too far in, or your negative holder is covering it up.
     
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    when you say all films you mean even like the films from wallmart? haha
    cuz thats all i have developed and it has the holes in the side.
    or is that slide film?
     
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    That shot is not slide. It's color negative (process c-41). All films that I've ever seen have the writing. Even 35mm.
     
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    It's 120 film, which doesn't have sprocket holes.
     
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    ohhh ok yeah thats what i thought but i wasnt sure
    thank youuuu
     

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