Watch as Matt breaks down his workflow when editing film scans. He also explains why he edits them and talks about how important it is to communicate with your lab.

 

For our film shooters out there, how many of you edit your scans? Do you simply use them straight from the scanner, or do you prefer to make a few adjustments? It pretty much boils down to personal preference. However for those of you who do wonder about this, and how much is “needed” with it comes to editing your film scans we thought this might be a handy tutorial. Watch as Matt Day breaks down his workflow when editing his own film scans. He also explains why he edits them and talks about how important it is to communicate with your lab. Let’s take a look…

If you’d like to see more from Matt, he has a fantastic collection of videos on YouTube. A great source of information if you are interested in film photography, although Matt does use digital as well. You can also stay in touch with Matt via his Instagram page, Twitter account or on Google+.

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