[Frameworks] 16mm stills in LA

william santen williamsanten at gmail.com
Tue Jan 3 22:24:36 CST 2012


Hello
My suggestion-
I use a slide duplicator lens.  The lens is about 8 inches long and
screws into my slr camera.  There is a slot for a slide/  I actually
have 16mm slide-holders (for 110 slides when presented in a 35mm slide
projector).

After selecting a 16mm frame-  I hold it up to the sky and take 36
different exposures.  The duplicator-gadget allows one to ZOOM/  so it
is possible to make the 16mm slide fit the camera frame.
If black and white-  you can develop and enlarge in your darkroom.

or
telephoto lens on a light table...
Hope this helps
Bill Santen

On Tue, Jan 3, 2012 at 1:02 PM, mariah garnett <mariah.garnett at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey guys
> does anyone have any good solutions for making photographic prints off 16mm
> film? I talked to fotokep about it and it's kinda pricey. Any home-made
> solutions? like a loupe on the lens of a 35mm still camera type of thing?
> trying to avoid both optical printing and scanning digitally.
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