3D STEREO SLIDE SCANNING
Stereo slides are created from two images taken simultaneously by a special camera. The two images are slightly offset from one another, creating the three-dimensional effect. One of the two images is slightly out of focus, but not in a way that is noticeable to the human eye.
Most stereo slides were created from Kodachrome slide film, a popular version of film developed by Kodak. Kodachrome had better color and less of a grainy quality, both of which were noticeable when viewed in handheld stereo slide viewers.
|FAMILY AND ARCHIVAL NON STANDARD SLIDE AND NEGATIVE SCANNING SERVICES
|Standard slide scanning is prepared as JPEG and are perfect for family viewing on TV, monitors and printing upto A4. Archival slide scanning involves Adobe Lab Processing and are perfect for publications and professional printing. If clients require a higher DPI please contact our archive technician who will happily advise on your order. E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: 01865 457000
- Medium Format and Large Format Film
- Archive Photograph Scanning
- Old Maps and Charts
- Engineer Drawings
- Wide Format & Plus Size Scanning
- Document Scanning
- X-Rays and Transparencies
- Local History Archiving