Monthly Archives: November 2012

Slide Transparencies

Slides transparencies

Kodak developed slide transparencies for still photography around 1935. Processed slide film is usually individually mounted on a 2×2” piece of cardboard or plastic, and is intended for viewing with a projector on a screen.

Slide film has historically been known to create beautiful color images and has been used in the print and advertising industry for years to produce amazing photos.

The cost of producing prints from slides has historically been much higher, so many people have slide memories stored in an old carousel, or shoe box collecting dust. These slides become “lost memories” because of the special equipment and time needed to view them.

Scanning your slides is a perfect way to save and share your lost family memories. When you turn your slides into digital images, you are able to affordable order prints, share photos, and create a personalized photo book for easy viewing.


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