The Definitive Guide: How to Scan 35mm Slides — Pictures store a vault of history that must be preserved.
Start enjoying the many happy memories captured on your family’s old slides by professionally converting them to a digital format that you can share with everyone. Choose from our Standard or Premium Scanning slide services.
Standard Scanning – Save money on our most popular slide 35mm hand scanning service, without color adjustments, 20% discount on the premium scanning. To reduce dust and service scratches, most slides are scanned using Kodak’s Digital ICE Technology.
Premium Scanning – Our professional technician’s hand scan each slide and carefully adjust the images to achieve the optimum color and density, ensuring each image is at its best. To reduce dust and service scratches, most slides are scanned using Kodak’s Digital ICE Technology.
Our technician’s professionally hand- scan each slide. To reduce dust and surface scratches, most slides are scanned using Kodak’s Digital ICE technology. Your slides are carefully scanned by hand into 2,000 or 4,000 dpi JPEG files and saved on top-quality 80-year archival DVDs, flash drives or instantly uploaded to you.
Because so many want to know more about the process to digitize their 35mm slides, this past TV news segment showcases a special behind-the-scenes tour. Enjoy.
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