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Guide to Scanning Old Family Photos

Guide to Scanning Old Family Photos

Family photos are arguably the most important source you can have of an ancestor. So preserving them digitally should be one of your highest priorities, and scanning them to the best possible standard is something that is often overlooked until it’s too late. Most people use the default settings on their scanner which is usually preset to about 100DPI¬†with the output set to JPEG, which is just not enough for photos. Ideally you want to be scanning at 600DPI and…

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