- Under the apple
menu, select the chooser. Inside of the chooser click on "SCSI
LFR" close the window.
- Open an image
in Photoshop, check that the dimensions in inches are within those shown
below and that the resolution is less than or equal to 340 dpi. If it
is less than 340 dpi, do not raise it, this will not improve the image
quality. In step 3, you will select black as your background color,
there is no need to add black margins.
- Check that the
color space of the image is RGB or Grayscale
Check to make sure that your image has been Flattened menu(Layer->FlattenImage)
- File-> Page
Setup, select black as the background color, and make sure the orientation
is correct. Click on camera options and select film type, set resolution
to 4k, antialiasing to level 2. Click OK. Then save as default.
- File-> Print
choose number of copies, and choose to new queue (or if you have done
this already, save them to the queue you have made), name the queue
and save to the session folder.
- Close the file
and repeat this process for all exposures (24 or 36 images).
- Quit Photoshop
- Open the MacRascol
queue you saved on the session folder
- Check that you
dont have too many exposures in the queue
- Load film in
the film recorder (please see
Open door, and insert film canister. Gently pull film
across camera back until it lines up with the triangle. Close the door.
Camera will wind all of the film onto the take-up wheel and then
backwards until it has reached the end. Camera will tell how many exposures
- Click on the process
button (this may take an hour, it exposes one color at a time).
- The film will
auto-rewind, just open the door
and carefully remove (see video) If
it is stuck, please report this to the tech person on duty, or leave
it until the
next day. This is a very delicate mechanism. DO NOT TOUCH THE INNER
COMPONENTS OF THE CAMERA.