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Old Sep 11, 2008, 6:46 AM   #11
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bahadir wrote:
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Ah shame, my hundreds of old slides are awaiting to be digitilazed. (Btw,a decent flatbet recommendation that would do the job is quite welcome!)
In general, even a very goodflatbed scanner is less convenient and less capable at scanning slides (especially multiple slides) than a slide scanner. There are several inexpensive slide scanners that can do what you want, and you may just be best served by paying someone else to do it for you.

See the Image & Film Scannersforum.
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Old Sep 11, 2008, 7:44 AM   #12
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Bahadir is right, there are many. Here is another view across the valley.
Glad to see anotherpicture youtook theredisplaying the more of the subsequent cascades hinting more of the formation and the size! You might also have shot in the dedicated museum nearby ; )
Btw, I should thankmusket and TCav for theirvaluable suggestions for my call of help : )
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Old Sep 11, 2008, 10:57 AM   #13
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My first thought was that it was snow and ice. Very interesting treatment and well done.
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