Digitisation of 35mm Negatives - Converting your Archives
In photography, a negative is an image, usually on a strip or sheet of transparent plastic film, in which the lightest areas of the photographed subject appear darkest and the darkest areas appear lightest.
This reversed order occurs because the extremely light-sensitive chemicals a camera film must use to capture an image quickly enough for ordinary picture-taking are darkened, rather than bleached, by exposure to light and subsequent photographic processing.
In the case of color negatives, the colors are also reversed into their respective complementary colors. Typical color negatives have an overall dull orange tint due to an automatic color-masking feature that ultimately results in improved color reproduction. Negatives were once commonly made on a thin sheet of glass rather than a plastic film, and some of the earliest negatives were made on paper.
Photographic negatives include 35mm, 35mm half frame, 110 mounts, 126 film mounts, 35mm negative strips and 35mm half frame negative strips.
|All slides are professionally cleaned and digitised to the correct dpi,
which we will access, before entering our post production suite where all images are toned
and sharpened before being output to your desired format TIFF or JPEG digital files.
WE OFFER 3 HIGH QUALITY SLIDE SCANNING SERVICES
OFFERING NATIONAL ARCHIVE STANDARDS UPTO 6800 DPI
STANDARD JPEG (4000dpi) - Perfect for consumer viewing on mobile devices, computers and TVs.
PUBLICATION TIFF (4000dpi+) - Perfect for publications and clients wishing a HQTIFF but manageable file size.
ARCHIVAL TIFF/JPEG2000/DWG (<6800dpi) - Ideal for historical societies, museums and private collections who wish HQTIFF uncompressed digital files.
| 35mm Slides, 35mm Half Frame, 35mm Negative Strips, 35mm Half Frame Negative Strips,
110 Pocket Slides, 3D Stereo Slides, 126 film mounts, 127 Superslides, 110 Negative Strips,
126 Negative Strips, Disc Negatives
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