SLIDE SCANNING SERVICES
Transfer 35mm slides into photos or video
Send us your slides and analog media making sure is weatherproof and traceable. We will confirm when your items have arrived
You’ll receive back your originals, duplicates and digital copies of your slides via post ans also digitally using our dashboard, WeTransfer or Dropbox
Slide scanning has never been easier, digital technology has advance to a point where you can do this yourself (up to a certain level) with a digital camera or smartphone.
Back in the day we had only two options when developing our photos, slides (reversal film) or prints.
Particularly slides, being 35 mm the most common format in the market were small positive film cutouts framed in cardboard and plastic at a later stage.
Despite some restrictions when scanning slides in bulk or separately, the latest generation of digital scanners can help you to obtain excellent results to transfer slides to a digital format such as JPEG or .TIFF and hence new prints.
On the other hand and in order to obtain better results and secure the quality of your memories, a professional scanning service is an excellent solution to bring this memories back.
At Yesterdays we can transfer your slides directly from a strip or its mount into a vast range of formats for printing or visualisation or even take it one step forward producing custom videos, presentation and animated photo slide shows.
The 35mm slide is perhaps the most common type of slide and it was really popular in the late ’70s
These slides consist on a set a positive images of your film negatives framed using a plastic structure, or cardboard sleeve in some instances with small cutouts or guides to help positioning and directioning them on a projector.
The 126 slide has plenty of similarities to the 35mm slide, as they share its sleeve but have a squared film cutout sized 28mm x 28mm
Despite the intention of its name coming from the intended 26mm in reality the dimensions of the film window are actually 28x28mm.
Kodak first released the 126 slide generation using plastic sleeves , however with time and due to costs these frames were gradually replaced for the cardboard frames that 35mm slides were originally.
127 slides were quite popular in the’60s and they are still in production to date to supply for a exclusive and limited market
A variation of the 127 slide, slightly diffrent due to the reduced frame area and with a 48mm film witdh
A rare hybrid of the 110 pocket slide, and produced to fit the standard projector cartridges.
The 110 slide is based on the 110 film cartridge, this was nicknamed as the pocket slide
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