Archiving Slides

Kodachrome slides were meant to be archived

Kodachrome: Give Us Those Nice Bright Colors

I remember those days: shooting Ektachrome slides at corporate conferences, rushing to Photos Inc. in Minneapolis and three hours of E6 processing later, picking up 2x2 slides in plastic mounts, ready to be popped into slide carousels for a multi projector slide show that afternoon.  Meanwhile I would shoot with Polaroid slide film for the last slides in the show.  To this day I still feel that excitement.  Daily, continuous slide film processing is long gone, but many family vacations and important moments still reside on slides in the basement.

What To Do With Them?

Gather up your slides- if they are in slide trays, just leave them in the trays.  If they are in boxes, fine!  Our slide scans are great quality at an affordable price.

Fast, Basic Slide Scans

There is a $10.00 set up charge for slide scans; then

each slide is .50 each (set up charge waived for orders of 500 or more slides).

Slides are saved as jpegs onto a data DVD (included) or to a hard drive you supply or we can sell you a new portable hard drive.

Turn around is usually 1-2 days.

This work is done by one person (Mike Madden) in Mendota Heights.

Don't send your valuable slides to an unknown place.  Call us first!