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Don't laugh, but I've scanned slides that were over 20 years old. Kodachromes dated back to 1982. I guess when some artists have a successful set of slides, they keep using them - forever. I scanned a set of five slides from a pencil artist and each had a different color cast. By taking the color cast out, they all looked good together again, probably the best that they have since the early 1980s.
For black and white photographers, and etchers like Phil Thompson, whose images are shown below, I took the color out of the booth so it doesn't take away from the overall presentation when projected together.
You can see that in the top example that the color in the booth would draw the juror's eye out of the presentation, but in the bottom image with the black and white booth, you don't give it a second glance and can concentrate on the actual work.

©Phil Thompson

I scanned Phil Thompson's etchings in sections on a flatbed scanner and then assembled them in Photoshop. Scanning them gave me more detail to work with than photographing them digitally.

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