6x7cm transparencies

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6x7cm transparencies

$6.32

6x7cm medium format colour transparencies from your digital images
Priced per set of 10 transparencies


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First class post in the UK from £2

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Orders are despatched in 3 working days or less.

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By default your images are recorded as supplied but you do have the option of asking us to crop to fill the frame – more details can be found on the 'Cropping images' tab below.

Estimated despatch date: On or before Thursday 21, December 2017
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Description

Output at 8K resolution (8192 x 6702 pixels) these gorgeous 6x7cm medium format transparencies are exposed on Fujifilm Provia 120 roll film and processed in proper 6 bath E6 chemistry for the finest quality. For those who shoot digital but love quality silver halide film transparencies (diapositives to our continental friends).

Because of the niche nature of medium format work, transparencies are output on demand, not ganged with other customer’s work. The price of £40 includes up to 10 of your images (all different, all the same or any combination thereof) exposed onto film.

If you are looking for 6x6cm transparencies rather than 6x7cm then simply supply square images – the rest of the frame will be filled with black. But it will still be only 10 frames per roll.

Cropping options

35mm slides have an image dimension ratio of 3:2. Many compact digital cameras have a squarer ratio than this, or you may have deliberately cropped your image to something of your chosing. By default we don’t crop your image to fit the 35mm frame – any excess left and right (for a squarish image) or top and bottom (for a thin landscape image) is automatically filled in with black. When projected you don’t see the black bars of course – black is the absence of light – and all you see is your image the way you created it.

However, if you don’t want this then when you order your slides you have a choice of ‘Crop to fill frame’. We will then crop the image (which we will do by eye to avoid inappropriate cropping of your image) so that the full slide area is utilised. Note that images are never stretched or distorted to make them fit, just cropped.

Compact camera image
Compact camera image

uncropped slide
Resulting slide, by default, without cropping

cropped image
Result using ‘crop to fit’ option.

Cropping in Photoshop

If you would rather ‘crop to fit’ yourself, then accurate cropping in Photoshop is easy and you can greatly speed up working with a lot of files by making use of presets.

select crop tool
Select the Crop tool

select 2-3
In the drop-down dialogue box choose 2:3. By default the cropping box is portrait.

flip ratio
If your image is landscape then click the ‘reverse’ button and the box rotates

adjust crop
Now click and hold on a corner and you can drag the cropping rectangle around, locked in 2:3 proportions at all times. When you are happy hit the return/enter key and your work is done. ‘Save as’ the file to a new name so that your new cropped version doesn’t overwrite the original.

create preset
You can save this crop setting so that you can return to it at any time – just name it something useful. You will see we have a couple of presets set up for 35mm slides and View-Master reels.

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