Landscape Scans

I've been doing some scanning again recently. Including some 35mm Kodachrome material from the mid-eighties. This does make me realise how much easier it is to get great results with digital cameras these days and just how far digital photography has come. It was always said that a 35mm transparency was the equivalent to 10MP in digital terms and that's the size that I'm ending up with after working on these images. As you can see I've got some nice pictures but they do take a lot of work and the quality is a long way from what current 10MP digital cameras will produce.

However my scanned images do have a nice look and for me certainly sell very well, but the thought of ever going back to film sends a shiver down my spine!!

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