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35 mm Slides

by jackfrost64 / November 9, 2005 11:51 PM PST

Can someone tell me how to upload 35mm color slides to the internet? Any assistance will be greatly appreciated.

Richard

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First step: Scanning
by thought_stazi / November 9, 2005 11:56 PM PST
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You need to find some way to transfer them from slides to the computer. You could probably use a traditional scanner for this, but there are also specialty devices for scanning slides which will probably yeild better results.

Once you have them in some electronic image format, getting them into a webpage is pretty simple.

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35 mm slides
by jam4201 / November 10, 2005 9:10 AM PST
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If you have the right scanner, it's easy. Mine's an HP scanjet 3970 and it scans 35 mm slides as well as negatives. Then of course you can scan them directly to your pc and do whatever you wish with them.

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