Question about Photography
My daughter is going to sleep away camp for three weeks. She loves taking photos and has a blog of pictures she takes. She usually uses a digital camera, but there is no electricity in the cabins, and obviously no computer to offload photos. However, the canteen offers free 35mm film. If she took a film camera, could she convert the pictures on film to digital photos? Where can she do this?
Any place that still develops film will have the option to convert to cd or dvd,
and you can purchase a cheap scanner to do it yoursef
Posted on Apr 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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