How I Edit My Film Scans
As a film photographer I get asked a lot about my post production process, especially when I tell people that editing just takes just a few minutes per session.
That is part of the beauty of shooting film! If you do it right, in-camera, and send it to a good lab for processing and scanning, your post production shouldn't take very long at all. I rarely have to make edits to my skin tones or to the brightness or contrast of the images. Most of the time, I just go in, rotate the pictures, maybe adjust the crop or remove a blemish and rename my files.
That is it.
Want to see the entire process from start to finish? Click on the video below and I'll show you how I edit my film scans!
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