In this workshop, participants will learn how to input, process and output Imacon 3F scans with a non-destructive method to either finish in Darktable or another application of their choice, such as Photoshop. Darktable is the leading FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) program for digital photography, available at no cost for Windows, macOS, and Linux. Imacon's Flextight software is no longer supported on newer versions of macOS—leaving many photographers without a method of non-destructively working with their scans.
Participants should have some level of experience with the Imacon and are encouraged to bring 3F files if they have them and their computers if they would like to follow along with their photographs.
One-on-one assistance: 20-minute sessions following the workshop are available with Andrew Hunter to assist with scanning and processing their negatives/files. Please select a time slot upon registration if you wish to take advantage of this one-on-one support. Participants are encouraged to bring their film with them.
Andrew Hunter is a Toronto-based Canadian artist working in lens-based visual mediums. Hunter has a keen interest in the changing forms of the built environments of the modern city and it’s interplay with the human element that inhabits it. Hunter graduated from York University’s esteemed BFA in Film Production in 2010.