Film Scanning Happy Hour: Bring Your Own Film! Do you love film, but hate the results of obsolete scanners? Do you ever wish you could turn your slides and negatives into real
Film Scanning Happy Hour: Bring Your Own Film!
Do you love film, but hate the results of obsolete scanners?
Do you ever wish you could turn your slides and negatives into real raw files, rather than flat, over-sharpened TIFFs?
Do you like food, drinks, and hanging out with other people who are passionate about film photography?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’ll definitely want to join the Digital Transitions team in our NYC Studio for our first ever Film Scanning Happy Hour!
We’ll give you an inside look at how the huge film collections at Disney, The Getty Museum, and the Library of Congress use DT instant capture systems to digitize their multi-million frame archives in record time – with superior quality to drum and virtual-drum scanners.
And the best part? We’ll have demo stations up and running, so you can give your own frames the “cultural heritage” treatment!
Feel free to bring one of your own standard 35mm, 645, or 6×6 film frames with you to have digitized in seconds! We’ll provide you with your very own personal raw files in addition to sample files that will be available to all attendees.
Note: for first-time users, we recommend bringing either black and white negatives or color slides, as we will not be covering raw workflows for color negative conversion. Files will be made available via file-sharing links shortly after the event.
The event will be held at the DT NYC Studio in Midtown Manhattan from 6:00 – 9:00 PM.
You can register here to reserve your spot. Your ticket purchase confirms your attendance to the event on March 12 and holds your reservation.
Contact Kate at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions regarding the event or registration.
12 (Tuesday) 6:00 pm - 13 (Wednesday) 9:00 pm ET
Digital Transitions NY
35 W 35th Street