The color and clarity of the transfers is impressive. I have a few
Super-8 films I did in the late '70's. I lived at a student Co-op,
Lothlorien, in Berkeley while going to College there and made some
Super-8 films of the house and people. It would be great to have a
good transfer of that and others I made around then.
Happy New Year!
--- In email@example.com, "Jen Proctor" <proctorjen@...>
> Hi everyone,
> To bring in the new year, Aaron and I have officially launched Lost in
> Light, http://lostinlight.org! Thanks to everyone who contributed at
> Have Money Will Vlog and through generous comments and support.
> For those of you new to the project, Lost in Light is a Super 8/8mm
> film to video transfer service and videoblog devoted to all things
> related to 8mm film. We transfer 8mm movies to video for free, and
> post excerpts of the films to the site, as well as articles, creative
> work, and lots more info related to the preservation and continuation
> of the 8mm format. We also make many of the films we post available
> for Creative Commons based sharing and remixing.
> So, we're now ready to start accepting films for transfer! Ordering
> instructions are available on the site or at this link:
> http://lostinlight.org/free-film-transfers/. You can get a sense of
> the really excellent quality of the flickerless transfer from our
> first post of the year--an excerpt from one of Aaron's aunt's home
> movies from Christmas 1966.
> Have a fantastic new year!
> Jen & Aaron