PROFESSIONAL SLIDE SCANNINGYour slides become digital files - perfect for modern viewing and sharing.
SLIDES TO DIGITAL
Can’t find the bulb for your slide projector? Inherited a ton of slides and don’t know what to do with them? No problem!
Once digitized, the lifespan of your slides is substantially increased and the imagery is permanently protected from environmental damage. You’ll have the ability to enjoy the images on modern devices (no projector needed) and share the files with as many people as you’d like! 35mm slides are the most common format we work with, however we’re always happy to scan more unique formats.
Your original slides are provided back to you once the project is complete.
+ 110, 126 and 120 slides by location
+ Provide in carousel or loose.
+ Custom scans & file organizing are available by location.
+ JPG high resolution scans
+ Thumb drive
+ Digital download
35mm slides can be scanned loose or in a carousel. Your local expert will give you tips for preparing your slides prior to digitizing.
Kodak brought the first 35mm negatives to market in 1934. It was the most popular format by the late 1960s.
If you don’t own a slide projector – how are you supposed to see the images? View your newly digitized slide scans on a TV, computer or device with ease.
HOW IT WORKS:
Locate a MyLocalArchiver approved expert in your community. Contact them directly to discuss your archiving project.
Drop-off family memories, photographs, home movies + memorabilia for digitizing. Speak with a professional archivist about your project.
Your analog media are carefully transformed into modern media formats for easy viewing on today’s technology.
Peace of mind! Relax knowing your precious family moments are protected for generations! Now you can share your files with friends + family!
Who needs a copy?
Once your materials are digitized, making duplicate copies is quite easy and affordable. Before you embark on your project, consider who else would like a set of the files: parents, grandparents, siblings, cousins, your children, etc. It’s far too complicated and risky to pass the same DVD or thumb drive around to family members.
Keep your memories safe + local!
We never recommend shipping away family archives, treasured photos and irreplaceable home movies. It’s too risky.