digital capture

Discuss digital capture, processing and printing
Ray Heath
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digital capture

Postby Ray Heath » 27 Oct 2013, 23:02

Digital capture of a ground glass image on my 8x10 sliding box camera.

Perhaps a technique worth investigating.

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Ray

Frank Meadow Sutcliffe's photographs are "a bridge that spans the widening gulf of time" (Michael Hiley 1979, 5).

Walter Glover
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Location: Canterbury, NSW

Re: digital capture

Postby Walter Glover » 28 Oct 2013, 03:34

Very interesting and full of potential.
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Jaxon Pescott
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Re: digital capture

Postby Jaxon Pescott » 26 Dec 2013, 20:45

This is a good option and to capture anything from exhibitions to save memories for long time. I checked the features of this machine and found it useful and helpful at the time of need. Thanks for sharing useful device here in this forum. I am much impressed from it!
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