New photo scanner

May 12, 2011

I've got a scanner from Epson called the Perfection V330 Photo Scanner recently. It is so much cheaper than developing pictures at a photo store, besides I don't need printed photos. In the store, they print all photos from your negative even if they're blur or burnt and of course you have to pay for every single picture printed. However I still need to go to the store to get negative films but I spend less money. So far, I'm quite happy with the scanner.

Tengo un scanner de Epson se llama the Perfection V330 Photo Scanner recientemente. Es mucho más barato que el revelado de fotos en una tienda de fotografía, además de que no necesita las fotos imprimidas. En las tiendas, se revelan todas las fotos de tu carrete, incluso si están borrosas o quemadas, y por supuesto tienes que pagar por cada foto imprimida. Sin embargo todavía tengo que ir a la tienda conseguir los carretes, pero gasto menos dinero. De momento estoy contenta con el escaner.
I don't know what's wrong with these pictures below but all pictures that I took outdoors have the same problems; they look like old pictures.
No sé que pasó pero todas las fotos que hice fuera tienes los mismos problemas; parecen fotos antiguas.

1 comment:

Astrid said...

I didn't find your email address on this site, so I'll just leave a comment.

I noticed you shoot film. Yay! Would you like to be part of the "why do you shoot film" series on my blog?

If so, this is what you do: Answer the question and choose a photo (taken with film of course) that I can post on my blog with your answer. Then email it all to


Cheers from Bergen, Norway,

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