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Testimonial / Morgan Sendall

Testimonial / Morgan Sendall

The Grand Tour illustrations In 1987 I produced a series of seven panoramic illustrations for Thames Television’s historical drama documentary ‘The Grand Tour’. The original panoramas were shot as a series of pans on a rostrum camera using 16mm film. The original...
Testimonial / Andrew Farr

Testimonial / Andrew Farr

I have been shooting slide film for 8 years and I have always used an Epson v850 for my scans. I have always considered the scans from the v850 good/adequate especially when the slide is accurately exposed (not so much when it’s not). I recently sent some slides...
Testimonial / Dave Jeffery

Testimonial / Dave Jeffery

Here is a sample of a scan that was returned to me from an inexperienced scanner operator. He didn’t notice the flaw in the image where one section was out of alignment. This is how I learned the hard way that it’s a waste of time and money to try and save...
Testimonial / Benjamin Jones

Testimonial / Benjamin Jones

The quality of scans that came back is excellent, and given the scale that one particular negative was being enlarged to (300x600cm), Tim was incredibly helpful in finding the best technical process for achieving this at the highest quality. Huge...
Testimonial / Francisco Peral

Testimonial / Francisco Peral

I have worked with most London labs in the last few years and used all sorts of scanners and techniques (including hand printing), and none come close to the results I get from Tim’s drum scans. I recently compared scans from 4×5 film scanned on a Hasselblad...
Testimonial / Michael Freeman

Testimonial / Michael Freeman

“Dense Kodachromes, in the way many of us used to expose them, are the most difficult of all colour reversals to scan. Shadow detail is very subtle, only just visible under a loupe. Only a drum scanner is even worth considering, and even then, there are...