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    Default Where to find photographic slide frame?



    I understand it's

    colour film -> take picture -> develop -> cut out film? into rectangles -> fit into frame?


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    Default Re: Where to find photographic slide frame?

    You just send it for developing at Ruby or FotoHub, and tell them that you want it mounted. Unless you want to save money and DIY, then yes, cut it out and sandwich the slide between the mounts (frame).
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    Default Re: Where to find photographic slide frame?

    Can i then print again after I've mounted? thnkss!

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    Default Re: Where to find photographic slide frame?

    Quote Originally Posted by seanlim View Post
    Can i then print again after I've mounted? thnkss!
    the lab will have to take out the slide mount for making prints, but may have problem mounting it back, cos most of the slide mount is not reusable type.
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    Default Re: Where to find photographic slide frame?

    Get them scanned then mounted when developed. Make prints from the scans.

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    Default Re: Where to find photographic slide frame?

    Quote Originally Posted by catchlights View Post
    the lab will have to take out the slide mount for making prints, but may have problem mounting it back, cos most of the slide mount is not reusable type.
    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    Get them scanned then mounted when developed. Make prints from the scans.
    I see that it's possible to scan from a flat bed scanner from a mount? saw a hp one with such a usage..dont know how effective it is though.

    But yeah, that's a better idea, to scan before mounting

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