Southern California photographer, Cameron Kline, is a full-time editorial and portrait photographer currently serving international clients from his office in San Diego as well as the founder of the Film Shooters Collective. During his free time Cameron enjoys ranting about film, making margaritas, and enjoying incredible light.
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Part II of our review of SIlverFast 8.8, and a quick workflow to get you scanning quickly.
Think about it for a moment, take two if it seems profound; time is the only commodity in the world that I can think of for which you may never get anymore of. All the hours you spend reading these posts, watching cat videos, etc. . . Will never be regained. Enter SilverFast. . .
The odds of being bitten by a shark are 1 in 11.5 million. The odds of being in a plane crash are 1 in 11 million. The odds of dying, well, I don't need to go there. Your odds of being published in our next book are better than that of being in a plane crash, but not as good as the certainty of death. Read on, the post is substantially lighter.
Leave Nashville heading East and you’ll cross the Caney Fork River no less than three times. The Caney Fork promises trout, but you’ve promised you’ll be somewhere so you can’t stop. You push on through Crossville, home of the Oreck Vacuum cleaner, which promises cleaner floors, but you’ve promised you’ll be somewhere so you can’t stop.