Various drum scanning projects for Metallica, including scans for a mass-market calendar, CD booklet, and promotional materials. The originals included both negatives and transparencies of various film formats, and a selection of photographic prints.
All images © Metallica.
Photography by: Michael Agel, Ross Halfin, and Jeff Yeager.
From Lee Materazzi's series entitled "Finding Myself at Home", Hanson Digital created various high resolution drum scans from the original color negatives and color corrected to Lee's originals work prints or contact prints.
All images © Lee Materazzi.
Lou Lesko Photography
Hanson Digital worked directly with Lou Lesko to drum scan a series of 35mm slides for his upcoming book "The Ghost of Communism". The drum scans were made with not only the commercial publication of the book in mind, but also so for the ability to produce oversized, limited edition custom archival prints.
All images © Lou Lesko.
Bright City Books
These drum scans were made from vintage 11" x 14" black & white archival prints from the Library of Congress, for a book about architect Morris Lapidus and his iconic Fontainebleau hotel, by BrightCity Books, produced for the grand re-opening in Miami Beach after the hotel's $2.6 billion renovation. The prints were drum scanned directly, and the resultant scans were then carefully adjusted to match the originals.
Caren Alpert Photography
Commercial drum scanning and color corrections for photographer Caren Alpert's beautiful custom-designed promotional mailer. The originals were transparencies and negatives of several film formats. Once drum scanned, and working directly with Caren to achieve the color she was looking for, we then completed the CMYK color conversions according to her printer's specifications, and color matched the images closely to Caren's original transparencies or sample prints.
All images © Caren Alpert.
Various original Silver Gelatin prints, finely crafted by Monica Denevan Photography, were drum scanned and fine tuned by Hanson Digital. The main goal was to retain the integrity of the traditional fine art fiber-based prints when commercially printed.
All images © Monica Denevan.