Our new Torrance office is NOW OPEN. You’ll find us at 357 Van Ness Way Suite 90, Torrance, CA 90501. We can’t wait to greet you in our new store!

Our new Torrance office is NOW OPEN. You’ll find us at 357 Van Ness Way Suite 90, Torrance, CA 90501. We can’t wait to greet you in our new store!

Compatibility Guarantee - All Media Transferred Local

Slide Photo album scanning

Photo
Scaning

Slide Slide scanning

Slide
Scaning

Slide Negative scanning

Negative
Scaning

Slide Video transfer

Video Tape
Transfer

Slide Film transfer

Film
Transfer

Slide Audio transfer

Audio
Transfer

Slide Create Slideshows

Video
Tribute

Photo Scaninning

Photo
Scanning

Slide Scaninning

Slide Scanning

Negative Scanning

Negative Scanning

Video Transfer

Video Tape Transfer

Film Transfer

Film
Transfer

Audio Transfer

Audio Transfer

Slideshows

Video
Tribute

Scan Slides Using Household Items!

If you’re ever in a pinch, and need to scan slides or negatives using household items, this is for you! With just a simple toilet paper roll and a DSLR camera, you can take fairly decent scans of your slides with no high-end equipment necessary. For true archival quality, we always recommend using a dedicated slide scanner. “Thiim’s method eschews slow, bulky scanners and doesn’t even think about mail-in scanning services. He uses the fastest scanner he has: his DSLR. Onto the front are mounted an old manual focus (90mm) lens, an extension tube (which moves the lens forward and allows closer macro focusing). Then things get creative, with a couple of toilet-paper tubes taped to an old filter with the glass removed, along with a plastic 35mm slide-mount on the end. The mount is opened at the sides to let the film slide through.” Click for the full post.

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