Photographer's Note

This is my promised complementary Serie of the Street European theme in my first posts with scanned images of my old camera. This is a recover of my past personal pictures and also a digitalization of what I think my best works in that times and also memories of travel and to know different places and culture.

So, this is a try of recovering and I will explain as soon as possible the way I'm doing this with the print 10x15 image and the Epson 2580 Photo scanner. I think that is a personal experience and also a must for many TE members that have also fine photos of non digital cameras of the past. So, I will be thanked by any idea or help of improvement of the pictures in anyway by me or by your experience.

This is a picture by a modest analog camera that I take from Edingurgh in a difficult day at May 2003 at a nice surrounding view of the castle and town.

I have another different view outside the castle that I posted recently in a inversed sky that you can se here: Link

If You want to see the near Local where I took this picture I give a Google Map with a reference GREEN CAMERA ICON here: Link

NOTE in Aditional Information: As I'm in experience with my scan I as soon as possible give you my reference. After scanning I used a touch of HUE and finally I used a few touch of Neatimage in the sky and small Sharpness for clear some reduction factors for posting at TE conditions.

The WS is a different angle perspective version that have the same particular procedure that I did in this post.

Thanks in advance and I hope you like these past analog pictures that I'm now posting of my rememberings of nice voyages and places in my past.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Not the same quality like my digital but I hope you like my compositions.

Thanks for Sharing and my friendly Views.
Fernando

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