Now that you’ve already taken the important step of converting slides to digital images, how do you safely store the slides? Pulling the projector out and scrolling through photos on a big screen is still a great family activity. Properly storing slides will ensure they have a longer than average lifespan. Once you’re finished converting slides to digital, take the time to place them in the best possible environment. The next time you need to show a child who may have never seen a slide before, the quality will be spectacular!
One of our favorite quotes we found on Pinterest is “sometimes you will never know the true value of a moment until it becomes a memory.” And we think one of the best ways to protect these memories is by scanning them - whether it be photo scanning, slide scanning, film scanning, etc. But what happens after? Sure, there are tons of ways to share digital photos between online options and personalized gifts but there are just as many fun things to do with your old analog formats! Negatives are a very popular reused format in do-it-yourself projects. We understand that you don’t want to use your only original copy of a negative but chances are you have duplicates laying around - why not let everyone enjoy your most prized memories?