Instructors have two options available for making colored, high quality textual, information, graphic, or title slides quickly, simply, and easily. The first technique is to use the negative slide film. Kodak Vencolor SO-279 or 5072, in combination with various filters, different exposures, and standard C-41 processing, to prepare slides with clear colored backgrounds and white or lightly colored letters and lines from black-and-white printed, typewritten, or pasted up copy or artwork. The second technique is to photograph directly off the screen of a microcomputer color monitor using selected color graphics programs to prepare slides with colored backgrounds and differently colored letters and lines.



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