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I have just 'perfected' my method of creating digital files from my massive collection of negatives. I hold the strip of negs in the holder that is part of the Epson scanner, this is held up against my simple light box and photograph each neg on either my TZ 10 or TZ20, which focuses close enough for the neg to almost fill the screen.
So far, so good, I then invert in CS6 then use Light room 4 to get a decent image.
What I would like to do is photo loads of negs in one session (1000+), copy from the card onto my HD, open CS6 then select all of my negative files and with one 'click' convert them to positive (invert) is it possible?
Thanks for looking
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Yeah, have a read of this http://www.ephotozine.com/article/guide-to-creating-a-photoshop-action-7156
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