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Re: [teacherartexchange] 35 mm slides from jpegs


From: Holmgren (holmgren_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Aug 16 2005 - 19:40:29 PDT


did you do anything special to your images when you downloaded them to your
computer? (and then sent them off to be made into slides) I am pretty new to
this digital stuff. I recently tried taking a digital image of a
painting--downloaded it to my computer--and was able to successfully (I
think--it seems to look pretty good) upload it (is that the right term?) to
an artist website. I didn't do anything special to it--as far as changing
the size, etc.. I have a juried show I want to enter which needs slides, and
I'm considering doing this digital route you've been talking about, rather
than taking slides. I checked the site you're talking about, and they talk
about lots of options for things to do to your images. Hope this question
is making sense.

Mary H.

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From: "Woody Duncan" <>
To: "TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group"
Sent: Tuesday, August 16, 2005 5:24 PM
Subject: [teacherartexchange] 35 mm slides from jpegs

> Today I sent in, via computer, my second order for 35 mm
> slides made from jpegs. My first order was fantastic. The
> quality of the slides was super. I transferred the images
> via their easy to use web site right from a folder on my
> computer. The slides were in my mail box 3-4 days later.
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