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Turning digital into negatives.

 
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Apr 08, 2007 12:17 |  #1

So for my black/white photography class we've got a project due. Instead of spending endless time trying to create a shot in 35mm film is there a way I can replicate my digital shots into film? Can I take some shots on my 350D, hand off the CF card to some lab and they put it on a roll for me? Or better yet they make them into negatives?

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Apr 08, 2007 12:30 |  #2

The only way I know of would be to print them as large as you can get, and photograph them.


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Apr 08, 2007 13:05 |  #3

You could google "film recorder", but I would check with the instructor to make sure it is an acceptable way to go.


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Apr 08, 2007 13:31 |  #4

ISTR that Minox provided that service... (digital file up to 12Mp or so to b/w neg I think)
edit: Googled but couldn't find it. Did find this one: Click (external link). The first link in there should help.

A pro lab might also be able to shoot a digital file to transparancy film. I've had that done.


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Apr 08, 2007 14:30 |  #5

So, you want to cheat?




  
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Apr 08, 2007 14:39 |  #6

crn3371 wrote in post #3006255 (external link)
So, you want to cheat?

It's an acceptable method as long as we process the prints ourselves in a darkroom.

Thanks for your help guys, unfortunately it doesn't seem like there's anyone in my area that could produce the result I want.


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Apr 08, 2007 14:44 |  #7

What's wrong with just shooting film in a 35mm SLR or even an older film point-n-shoot? Learn the processes involved. That knowledge will make you a better photographer.


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Apr 09, 2007 12:29 |  #8

SkipD wrote in post #3006313 (external link)
What's wrong with just shooting film in a 35mm SLR or even an older film point-n-shoot? Learn the processes involved. That knowledge will make you a better photographer.

Hear, Hear! and it is lots of fun to shoot film every once and a while :D




  
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