Written by
Dan Murano
May 12, 2017
How studying your photos can make you a better photographer.
Written by
Dan Murano
May 04, 2017
Scanning is a great way to digitize your print collection, but most flatbed scanners won't accommodate an 11x14 inch print. You can scan oversize prints in sections and piece them together, but an easier and more accurate method is to set up a copy camera.
Written by
Dan Murano
Apr 26, 2017
How metrics makes my life easier.
Written by
Dan Murano
Mar 26, 2017
On the best of days, cutting mats can be frustrating for mathematically challenged people like me, and it quickly can turn into a waste of time and expensive materials. Today was one of those days. As much as I wanted to finish these photos, experience said to put away the tools and do something else.
Written by
Dan Murano
Dec 05, 2013
When Nikon stopped production on their Coolscan 9000, I thought we'd never see another dedicated medium format scanner.
Written by
Dan Murano
Jun 08, 2014
The benefits of taking your time.
Written by
Dan Murano
Oct 15, 2012
The last Kodachrome processing lab closed a long time ago. I had an exposed roll that had been sitting around since 1986, first in a drawer, then in the freezer. I remembered what was on it, but expected the latent image was long gone. It wasn't!