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35mm Slides from Digital Images

Supaphoto has been helping Artists, Theatres, Photographers, Students and Graphic Designers with award winning 35mm slides made from digital files for many years. We use the latest equipment for superior quality art, digital photography and powerpoint slides so that your precious work will stand out and be noticed!

To discuss your scanning just call or email us or further information (or speak to us for discounts for larger quantities!)

Call Now on 0800 690 6160 or info@supaphoto.com


Happy Clients Include:

If you're looking for 35mm slides from digital images, slides from digital images, transparencies from digital images and digital images to slides, you have chosen the right company.

Why Use Supaphoto?
- Over 15 years of experience.
- Our slides meet the demanding standards and shown at theatres.
- Faithful Colours. We image TIFF, Photoshop and JPEG files on equipment designed for digital camera slides.
- No Complex Requirements - Just send your files, we make your slides.
- Your slides will in effect be be sharper because we image at the resolution of your files. We don't interpolate or resample to a set resolution such as 4K
Our film recorders are designed to image files from the latest digital cameras at the resolution of the camera without any sharpness reducing resampling. Larger files will produce sharper slides.
- We use 36-bit custom look up tables.
- No image cropping. 100% of your image viewable!
- You'll even be impressed by our black and white images which deliver superb tonal range and no colour bias.
- Low, no fuss pricing without any hidden costs.

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35mm Slides from Digital Images

Slide Mount Options Explained:
The types of slide mounts are their application seems to cause a bit of confusion, particularly to those who aren’t photographers or who are too young to know about the world of ‘proper’ photography using film! OK, with tongue removed from cheek, here are types and applications:

Quick summary:
Unmounted – cheapest option but you will need to have your own slide mounts to use them in a slide projector.

Plastic mounted – the most common option as the slides are ready to use straight away in slide projectors or on light boxes.

Glass mounted – most expensive option and only for those with a particular niche use. If you don’t know why you need them they you don’t need them!

35mm Slides or Negatives to CD/DVD (Standard Resolution Service):
Scanning of 35mm Mounted Slides to Digital Images - 1-100 £.89 per 35mm Slide
Scanning of 35mm Mounted Slides to Digital Images - 101-300 £.79 per 35mm Slide
Scanning of 35mm Mounted Slides to Digital Images - 301-600 £.69 per 35mm Slide
Scanning of 35mm Mounted Slides to Digital Images - 601 onwards £.59 per 35mm Slide
For Higher Resolution Scanning Service Please Enquire
DVD Slideshow with or without music - Medium Format Slides or Negatives £30
 
(Prices include VAT. P&P free for all orders over £95. No Upfront Payment at all required.
We can often provide a discount on greater quantities.
Minimum Order Value: £35 inc vat.
Call us on Freephone 0800 690 6160.
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Postage and Packing - With Free Track and Trace Facility - It's Safer:
In our survey our customers, posting rated as one of the most important areas of concern. We understand this and offer a full Track & Trace facility for every parcel that leaves our studios. Upon despatch should you request it, we'll email you with details of your delivery so you know exactly when you can expect it, along with your tracking reference number.
Recorded Delivery Free for Order over £95 - Otherwise £5.99
Special Delivery - On request
£9.99
Safety First Postage Option:  
£3.49
Worried about having your precious films and dvd lost in the post? - For an extra £3.49, we'll post the dvd(s) first and then send your original cine film separately once you've safely received it.

PPI Explained:
Digital images are made up of pixels. The image itself is a matrix of so many pixels wide by so many pixels high.

A 6 megapixel image, for example, roughly has a width of 3000 and a height of 2000 pixels. PPI stands for Pixels Per Inch. PPI then is used to describe how densely the pixels that make up an image are packed within an inch.

A landscape requires more PPI since it may be very detailed. By contrast, a typical portrait can get away with less initial PPI. Also, not all cameras produce equal quality images.
 

DPI Explained:
DPI stands for dots per inch. Confusingly, it often is used interchangeably with PPI to describe the resolution of digital images/ scanners (which produce digital images).

This is why there is much confusion since DPI refers to the resolution of an output device such as a printer. With a common everyday inkjet printer, DPI represents how many dots of ink are placed within the span of a linear inch on your printed image.

Such printers use a limited number of coloured inks to produce the millions of colours possible in a photograph. Printers vary in respect of how many colours they employ. Some have three, four or even six or more. To make allowances for the limited number of colours, each pixel of the digital image is made up by mixing many tiny dots of ink together.

By way of an example, a 2400 DPI printer has 2400 dots of ink packed together within an inch. If an image were 300 PPI, your printer would use about 48 dots to make up one pixel from the digital image.

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