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Subject: Re: Scanning resolution?




On Tue, 16 May 2006 19:04:06 +0400, kimlizzy wrote:

> If the photos are standard size then 300dpi is fine. If the photos are
> smaller than standard or you want to enlarge them quite a bit I would
> scan
> at 600dpi. You will be able to enlarge the photos significantly without
> pixelization.

If the photos are regular medium quality prints made 30 years ago, I
seriously doubt that increasing resolution up to 600 ppi will bring in any
useful *real* detail. What as to dust, scratches and defects - yes, it
will ;-)

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