Slide Scanning

Slide Scanning from * Melbourne Films to DVD

By: * Melbourne Films to DVD  09-Feb-2011
Keywords: Slide Scanning, Slides to Dvd

There wouldn't be too many families out there that weren't familiar with slides, whether it was enduring a slide night with Uncle Charlie after his trip away to Norfolk Island or just the regular old family snaps, chances are you'll have some sides stored away somewhere. Kodachromes were the most popular way to capture colour photos for decades, so popular Simon and Garfunkel wrote a song about it! Even Kodachromes that are well over 50 years old still have fantastic colour.

Here at PhotoQ we have dedicated slide scanners that can turn your old 35mm slides into brilliant digital images, perfect for sharing with the family online or printing. Some of your old slides may have shifted colour over the years but don't despair, we have full control over the colour during the scanning process and can often restore your long forgotten memories to like new. We are also able to scan your 35mm & medium format negatives.

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