I hadn't, but that is good to know. Part of the fun for me is the scanning,
so I really don't mind. Particularly with the LS-4000.
Great suggestion though.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jack Phipps" <JPhipps@asf.com>
Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2001 1:28 PM
Subject: RE: filmscanners: Quick / Quality Scans - Help
> From: Tom Scales [mailto:email@example.com]
> I happened to do Soccer, but with the same goal in mind.
> Isn't it a wider and taller goal? couldn't resist ;)
> Have you looked as some sites that specialize in this? I frequently use
> Signature Color http://www.signaturecolor.com/home/, a lab here in Austin
> that is primarily mail order from across the country and world. They will
> process your film, scan your film to their website and send you prints and
> CD. They are only 1536 by 1024 at this time, but they may be upgrading to
> 2000 by 3000 soon.
> They will also upload your images to the Club Photo site
> http://www.clubphoto.com/ where there is a Pro-Photography section. Here
> can name your price and every time a customer orders a picture you get the
> difference between their price and the price you name. Also, you can
> your own high-res scanned images to the site.
> You decide which images go into an album and which don't (you can create
> album for each game for instance). Each album can have a password, so each
> team could access their albums, but other teams couldn't.
> Feel free to contact me off-list for more information.
> Jack Phipps
> Applied Science Fiction
> From: <GNUNEMAKER@aol.com>
> > Fairly new with a film scanner. Have Polaroid 4000 and using Polarcolor
> > Photoshop 6.0 at present - Silverfast later.
> > Situation, I shoot kids ice hockey each weekend (Nikon F5 & 300/2.8) for
> > team. Want to scan photos to zip and display on laptop at rink for
> > to see and then buy those that they like, which I will then rescan at
> > resolution and correct.
> > What is the quickest method to accomplish this? In addition, we manage
> > kids web site and would like to be able to transfer this first scan down
> > web-ready image.
> > Have several hundred photos to handle and need the most effective
> > Any and all suggestions are welcome.
> > Thanks - From an overworked volunteer parent!