5 color slides made in China

They are in a box, in a cupboard, locked with a key, for me to see and look at. But not after this post.Used Kodak color and sepia film. 

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Looking back at this one, I would have loved to back to that moment…stop the traffic to go closer to those balloons in the background.

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14 Replies to “5 color slides made in China”

  1. Reminiscent of the Viewmasters I remember from childhood. Put in a card of multiple pictures and venture into another world. These small vignettes are remarkable in many ways. They seem to embellish how much photography has brought into our lives in the most fantastic way. Tiny little moments now traveling…Thanks for sharing these treasures

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    1. Oh wow, well that makes it even better. thanks for dropping a line. Slides are still the real thing 😉 have good weekend
      greetings

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  2. What to do with your old slides … This is a fresh and original way to show them! I also like the fingers very much. They make it history/memory; all projectors are dead. I have a couple of thousand of them in my cupboard…

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    1. Harrie, No,no,no, not all projectors are dead! they are still out there but you need to make a bit more effort to find one! (marktplaats) 😀 One thing I find of the up most importance is to use colorslides with a glass window and allways store them in a dark and dry place.This will keep them safe.a couple of 1000? wow, Can your blog carry that 😉 I’d say create a serie with an interesting subject. Have a good weekend thanks foor responding. waardeer ik

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      1. Dat ze allemaal dood zijn, was meer om wat dramatiek toe te voegen de aan nostalgische gevoelens jegens dia’s. Eerlijk gezegd heb ik nog een projector, die het de laatste keer; meer dan 5 jaar geleden, nog deed; op de afstandsbediening na, dan. Ik heb inderdaad altijd glasraampjes gebruikt; ook al was dat duurder. Een heleboel van India en Mexico; en Gaudi. Ik heb er wel eens paar gedigitaliseerd; maar dat is veel te arbeidsintensief voor het resultaat dat het oplevert. Dus op de blog gaan ze niet komen. Misschien is een serietje highlights wel een goed idee. Ook een goed weekend!

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    1. Yes, the long boxes, and putting them in the right order and not upside down, is a lot of extra work. In the past, I was happy to find packages of see through pages with 12 squires (6×6), or for a 36 roll. This turned out to be very handy, instead of the boxes.
      Thanks for the nice words on the presentation,I like that 🙂

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      1. my dad always used to use the boxes, but they took up so much space. I always used the clear pages they work well but I could never find a way to store them without them getting dusty! Still, you can’t beat the quality of a transparency.

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  3. Absolutely love this post. The creativity in both the slides (incredible shots to begin with) and the presentation. Your blog/work is a joy to review and be inspired. Cheers!

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