My last Digital Camera Scanning class for 2023 is going to be October 30th.

I know a lot of people are intrigued by the process but just don't believe that they can get good quality colors out of digital camera scanning. That's absolutely not the case. In fact, you have a much wider array of color possibilities this way. Here is a quick video showing you some of the types of tweaks I do to my converted negatives to get them looking really spiffy and client-ready.

Quick Recap

First I scan the images

I teach you how to do this in my course, what equipment you need and how to set it up.

Then I convert them

In my course, I teach you how to convert your film negatives to positives using Negative Lab Pro.

Then I tweak them

Honestly, the better you get at using Negative Lab Pro, the less tweaking in Lightroom you'll do. This particular image benefitted from a little bit of point color adjustment to make the skin perfect and I was done.

It's that simple.