Just need some advices from the more experienced ones.
I shoot mainly in film, and sometimes find it a waste to develop and print the whole roll of film when i am shooting experimental works.
currently i am developing the first round of prints in 3R, and later blow those that i like and find a corner of my room to store the rest of those dust-collecting photos.
I am thinking of buying a film scanner so that i only need to develope my film into negatives. then i scan them into my pc and only print those i want, it might saved me quite a lot in the long run. i could also use them for archive and web purpose.
But budget is a constrain to me, so i cant get a film scanner that easily cost more than $1k. most probably i will get one flatbed scanner with adapter that allow me to scan both negatives and slides. any good recommendation?
Is there any other better way for me to save money, beside getting a digital camera?
All comments and advices are welcome. Thanks in advance.