|Found Slides: Shades of Blue|
|Slide scanning on the Canoscan 9000F MakII|
I was rummaging through my boxes of stored camera and photography paraphernalia and came across a stack album of slides taken 30+ ago when I was very much younger and have been traveling around a bit during my study and early working years. I was also working on the Canon CanoScan 9000F Mark II at the same time and decided to start scanning some of the slides and see what I came up with. The 9000F Mark II, though some find it a bit of fuss to work with, is actually a delight to work with. If you are having the same problem as I was, my recommendation is to use only the IJ Scan Utility and the Scan Gear option. In the setting for Scan Gear, make sure you enable the 'Enable large image scan' option if you are going to scan 120 films, then use the Scan Gear Advanced Mode to set up the 'Scan Area' size for the film size option.
I remember using an Olympus OM camera then, upgraded from an OM-1n to an OM-2n during the years while retaining the Zuiko 50mm f/1.4 as the prime, complemented with a Zuiko 135mm f/2.8 and a Sigma-XQ Filtermatic 24mm f/2.8. The Sigma is still usable now, but the 135mm has been replaced with another unit. I really should make an effort to start using these lenses and the other that I have in the collection soon. Locations of these shots too are hazy and fuzzy. The topmost image, if I am not mistaken, is in Bangkok, Thailand. The second is the ferry crossing from Seberang Perai to Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia, while the last three are probably taken when I was in Australia or around the Tasman Island. You can always pop me a message to help me out the locations if you can. Just remember that it was in the 80's then.
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Scanning Film: Canon Canoscan 9000F Mark II