Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Images Of The Inside Of A Vigina Do The Images Appear On Film Inside Camera When Taking Photos?

Do the images appear on film inside camera when taking photos? - images of the inside of a vigina

Question in the title.
I am interested in buying a Holga camera and a film scanner?
IM not sure how the movie? I do not think I ever want to run back into the store film processing only to my pictures when I make a film scanner that is connected to a PC or a laptop can purcahse have?

So yes, the images make the film in a camera for pictures?
or you need a darkroom for images that appear in the film?

6 comments:

binba said...

Everyone ignores the basic explanation: The transition from a regular film camera, a photo of two phases - the processing and printing.

The transformation (or evolution) shows the latent image in the film exposed and the sets - then you have a negative film, you can see in the picture.
Printed copies of the image to a (positive) piece of paper.

To the negatives scanner with a scan will not be copied, but still process / development of the film laboratory. (Or even develop.)

Pylon said...

It is necessary to send a film to a lab to the images appear. Undeveloped film has no viewable photos in them. In the laboratory, carrying the film through several chemical baths to convert silver halide crystals suspended in the film Dark silver metallic form visible images.

Steve P said...

NO, must be processed the film. Can not scan your films directly from the camera.

It is interesting, though. The cinema is an art, not a thing of the past. Just think of stupid kids.

Here are some of my Holga shots. They were processed with Ilford XP2 ISO 400 film in different laboratories, then scanned the negatives were made.

http://www.lightanon.com/-/lightanon/gal ...

steve

Add: ignore the fact that "sports photographer" answer below me. His answer is absolutely absurd, nothing more than someone whispers something you know nothing.

KingHump... said...

Hey, if you want to work with images on a computer, a better camera if you _really_ need the extra quality of the photograph of basic chemicals - but then the problem of the scanning resolution is worse in practice, the film> the transition team for the Most digital cameras can take pictures in the first ...

Photographic Chemicals produces an image on film by a chemical reaction in light sensitivity in some chemicals in the celluloid film recorded. The effective resolution of this method is much greater, perhaps than ever now available in high-end digital cameras, but the difference only if they produce large posters images or enlarge small regions. But in practice when it comes to photo editing on the computer, chemical photography requires high quality scanning machines (ie, to keep their respective PCWorld dish) in the higher resolution photo of the chemical and work with them on the PC.

This is a good camera hasown output, because it is usually cheaper average quality, high resolution image on a PC and / or more efficient in practice. He did not have the same kind of logistical problems with digital cameras - a memory card with a corresponding number of photos than a dozen to a hundred cases of 35mm film about (300 to 3000 or so) is about the size of the thumbnail (and thin) .

If you have not yet bought your camera, consider very seriously whether a digital camera with high resolution is not appropriate in certain circumstances for your situation, the best photography in the long run, as you do not have to wait, you can treat the photo workshop, you take the photo and it depends on your computer in 20 minutes (about the number, etc..)

KingHump... said...

Hey, if you want to work with images on a computer, a better camera if you _really_ need the extra quality of the photograph of basic chemicals - but then the problem of the scanning resolution is worse in practice, the film> the transition team for the Most digital cameras can take pictures in the first ...

Photographic Chemicals produces an image on film by a chemical reaction in light sensitivity in some chemicals in the celluloid film recorded. The effective resolution of this method is much greater, perhaps than ever now available in high-end digital cameras, but the difference only if they produce large posters images or enlarge small regions. But in practice when it comes to photo editing on the computer, chemical photography requires high quality scanning machines (ie, to keep their respective PCWorld dish) in the higher resolution photo of the chemical and work with them on the PC.

This is a good camera hasown output, because it is usually cheaper average quality, high resolution image on a PC and / or more efficient in practice. He did not have the same kind of logistical problems with digital cameras - a memory card with a corresponding number of photos than a dozen to a hundred cases of 35mm film about (300 to 3000 or so) is about the size of the thumbnail (and thin) .

If you have not yet bought your camera, consider very seriously whether a digital camera with high resolution is not appropriate in certain circumstances for your situation, the best photography in the long run, as you do not have to wait, you can treat the photo workshop, you take the photo and it depends on your computer in 20 minutes (about the number, etc..)

Nicholas said...

First, not buy Holga camera is terrible, and the brake at the moment

Second of all the images are negative in the negative. Work IM not sure how well the film scanner. You need a darkroom

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