Film & Slide Scanning

Batch Scanning Slides with the PowerSlideX Slide Scanner

The Pacific Image PowerSlideX is designed to automatically scan batches of up to 50 slides at once. After using it, here's my take.
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Scanning Old Slides and Films with the Kodak Mini Digital Film & Slide Scanner

Have some old family photos you'd like to scan? If they're slides or negatives, a basic film scanner can be a great option, whether you want to share the old photos on social media or preserve the photos in a printed photobook. I've been trying out one of the simplest, cheapest, and smallest options,...
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Removing Dust & Scratches with Photoshop

If you're scanning film, slides, or prints, you're almost certainly going to run into the problem of dust and scratches. Here's a handy technique for removing them that works particularly well with black and white images.
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How to Scan Oversize Images with a Flatbed Scanner

Need to scan something that's larger than your scanner's window? Here's how to do it with any flatbed scanner and panorama stitching software.
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