120 E6 (Colour Slide) Film Processing
120 Colour Slide (E6) Film Processing
For all colour positive 120 slide film, including Kodak Ektachrome, Fuji Provia and Velvia etc.
What scans should I get?
Well it all depends what you plan on using them for. Here's a bit of info that might help you choose, if you're not too sure.
Standard JPEG scans:
Approximately 3000 x 2000 pixels (6MP) and approx. 4-6MB
Ideal for using across social media, website/portfolio and printable up to A4
Large JPEG scans:
Approximately 6000 x 4000 pixels (24MP) and approx. 20-30MB
Perfect for those wanting larger resolution files for printing or displaying larger on your website/portfolio. Also ideal for archiving.
Hi-Res TIFF scans:
Approximately 6000 x 4000 pixels (24MP) and approx. 80-100MB
This option is perfect for those wanting to make any finer edits or adjustments to their photos, as these 16 bit TIFFs will stand up to much heavier editing than a JPEG. Also perfect for printing in almost all circumstances.
We don't recommend pushing or pulling slide film, as with slide film you generally need to be very accurate with your exposure, and it doesn't stand up to pushing or pulling that well. However, if you do want to push/pull any of your slide film, you will need to select the additional option below that also comes with an additional charge. It's also really helpful to write the film speed in which you want it developed at on each roll of film, or +1, +2 for example according to how many stops you'd like it pushed/pulled. We only push colour positive slide film +2, and pull -1.