Some thoughts I am writing these as I watch it (also I have never drum scanned anything myself for the sake of full disclosure):
- maybe links to the products you talk about would be nice,
- editing to get rid of the parts where you get up to change things (not a major issue, just would make it flow better if you ask me)
- an online link to the gird you made for use on your Lightbox when mounting might be a nice touch to help people
- you name the anti-static fluid you use for wiping your plastic grid, but you don't mention the cloth
- maybe show tacking down the corners once for a full image then cut to the end when they are all mounted, but again not a big deal, more information never killed (I know you only showed doing it to 2 but just a thought)
- yes when your making a video, everything goes wrong, trust me, its why I only have one video on my youtube channel.
I thought it was very detailed and well explained, the only pain I felt was from the costochondritis I am suffering through....after watching this, I totally appreciate the pricing structure of people who offering drum scanning services....very very good video, I have watched all of it, this is the sort of quality information on high-end photographic processes which is truly lacking in the world. I would also consider uploading it to Vimeo to A) increase exposure to is and B) its a generally more respected site for higher-quality videos.
very thorough yet honest... i.e. you show everything in great depth showing knowledge and precision but still say things like "loose a bit of film, no big deal....showing your realistic and not insanely perfectionist to the point that it gets in the way of demonstrating and explaining
really liked it