Sharing your film photos on or offline
A lot of people have heard that “A picture is worth a thousand words” and boy is that true! With photographs, we’re able to capture memorable experiences and share them with our family and friends. Taking and storing photographs nowadays is easy, with a pink touchscreen digital camera. All you have to do is take pictures, connect your camera to your computer and store them. From there you can print them or share them with your friends online.
But back in the days of 35mm cameras, photos took a little more effort. Once you took pictures with these cameras, you had to get the negatives developed before you could even see the photos you’d taken. The whole process of going to the photo studio to develop your pictures was quite inconvenient. Now that photography is in the digital age, people wanted to get their film photos stored on their computers. This led to the introduction of slide scanners.
These scanners have the ability to scan negatives and convert them into high quality digital images. So now you can convert all your old negatives and store the digital copy on your computer. This way you can access them anytime and don’t have to worry about damaging the negatives or prints. With these scanners you can even share your favorite film photos with your friends online.
For those of you who want to share your favorite film pictures offline, you can easily print the digital copies of them on photo paper. You no longer have to make prints of the entire film roll just to give a copy of one photo to someone. Having digital copies of your film photos means that you can print as many as you’d like from home! Use quality photo paper, like Kodak soft gloss photo paper, which offers the best possible surface to print high quality pictures and works perfectly with all the leading printer brands.
So go right ahead and share fondest memories online and offline.