Monthly Archives: October 2015


“No Photoshop for my scans,” really?

October 27, 2015 | 4 Comments

Every day brings new posts from photographers who pride themselves on not doing anything to their images scanned from negative film, other than perhaps removing dust specs (dust is a common scanning hassle). In such posts, it sounds as if processing an image thanks to your computer was as big a “no-no” as manipulating it (which is off-limits in photojournalism and accepted to various degrees in other genres). The supposed […]