Quote Originally Posted by b.e.wilson
Kodak R3/R3000: a method similar to printing negatives, but with a reversal exposure step added.

Copy the slide to negative film and print from the negative (only works well for 4x5 or larger).
I'm a little puzzled by the R3/3000 description. While I haven't used Kodak chemistry, there was NO "reversal exposure" with either PhotoColor or Tetenal.

There is a special type of Color film - "Internegative" - made without the "dark yellow" bias. Copying onto that, and then printing, will result in *very good* color fidelity. The "best" commercial labs will use this stuff... the others - who knows? - apparently out-dated Kodak Gold, from what I've seen.