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How To Scan Polaroid & Instax

In High Resolution

A step-by-step detailed guide to scanning instant film, professionally, in high resolution.  

 

6 Easy To Follow Steps! 

Screenshots and examples!

Availble On Multiple Devices!

Overview

How-To Scan Polaroid & Instax Film In High Resolution ebook is a step-by-step guide that will walk you through every step of the scanning process with screenshots and settings details.

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Make your instant film images look their best online.

Correct Newton Rings and never deal with them again. 

Scan in the best DPI for high resolution images and take your images to the next level. 

Learn the professional way to make fine art instant film prints with stunning detail. 

View On All Devices 

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View Anywhere, Any Device!

View anywhere, on any device! Making How to Scan Polaroid & Instax Film In High Resolution ebook perfect for your iPad while you follow along on your laptop!

 

What Viewers Say 

Buzz has been building online for the release of Quaranzine! 

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Rachel Weist

"Finally! Any easy to follow guide to understand professional scanning. My digital polaroids look so much better on the internet. Thank you!"

Jeremy Shank

"The prints for my art show are now professional thanks to you.  I was able to print them large too." 

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Sara Miller

" I enjoy learning from Film Collage Artist. Quarazine looked so incredible, I had to buy this ebook. I a lot more detail in my scans now!!!"

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About The Artist

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Artist Bio

Film Collage Artist, Erin Delsigne, is most well-known for her instant film collages using Polaroid and Fuji Instax film to create psychedelic landscapes and surreal portraiture. 

 

In 2018, Film Collage Artist was born when, Los Angeles based artist Erin Delsigne, started creating her first instant film collages to bridge the gap of understanding her controversial battle with Lyme Disease. 

 

Her work is captured on a custom converted Mamiya Universal Press with a Rezivot back; allowing Erin to photograph with i-Type, Sx-70 and 600 Polaroid films.

 

In only two short years, Film Collage Artist was accepted into a prestigious artist-in-residence at Château d’Orquevaux in France, won The Denis Diderot [A-i-R] Grant, featured in Analog Magazine Forever’s article ‘Top 20 Spring Polaroid Week 2020’, featured in 10 group exhibitions and published in various magazines.

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