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Is there any need for this? Anyone with any experiences? TIA! Will...

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    Default Digital images to 35mm slide film

    Is there any need for this? Anyone with any experiences?

    TIA!

    Will


    Malevil Guest

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    Default Re: Digital images to 35mm slide film

    Malevil wrote:
     

    There are mail order services that do this for a very reasonable price
    and at a seemingly very good resolution. You ftp (or other trasnfer)
    your image to their site. They produce the 35mm slide and mail it to you.

    One such co.: http://www.slides.com/

    I've been tempted, but haven't done this to date.

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    Alan Guest

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    Malevil wrote:
     


    Digital projectors are 1024x768 max at the under $10,000.00 range.
    That's 768 pixels high for portrait images!
    paul Guest

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    "Malevil" <biz> wrote in message
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    Many art shows still require slides rather than digital files for entries,
    and there are labs, both on the web and brick and mortar, that deliver high
    quality slides.

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    Skip Middleton
    http://www.shadowcatcherimagery.com


    Skip Guest

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