Smartphone FILM Scanner . . .
lomography Smartphone FILM Scanner . . . that’s the official name of the film scanner.
as I posted somewhere the other day, my Smartphone FILM Scanner came in the mail and I’ve been busy copying old 35 mm negs . . .
Previously, I copied some old 35mm negatives using a “light table” and my iPod Touch camera . . . got less-than-sharp images, but it was better than nothing. I don’t like to wait to get an idea on “paper”, so I improvise and make-do with whatever is at hand . . . a briculeur . . .
“In the practical arts and the fine arts, bricolage is the construction or creation of a work from a diverse range of things that happen to be available.”
What I miss is not being able to copy two strips of film side-by-side . . . but, no matter, I’ll just use the old “light table” . . .
back to the “now” . . .
Here are some images . . . some “bricolage” and others via the lomography Smartphone FILM Scanner.
Little Tokyo (late 1970’s)
China Cove, Big Sur (1970’s)