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  • LookingUp
    Why are photos going to 72?
    by LookingUp
    I scanned my photos as 1600 dpi to restore them. I brought them down to 300. For some reason I open them and they re 72 dpi. I can't figure that out. I must be doing something wrong. I am bringing them back up to 300 dpi to print. Is going that wrong?
    01-17-2012, 11:40 AM
  • David M
    DPI? Fuji s5600 settings
    by David M
    Hi all I`m using potoshop cs2,and taking my photos on a fuji s5600 5.1 million pixel camera in normal mode.
    When I start to work on the photo`s I reduce there size to 6x4inches and set the resolution to 432dpi,when I print them out they are sharp and clear.
    What I want to know is what...
    09-04-2006, 05:58 PM
  • decsurvey
    Family Photos - Large Digitizing Project
    by decsurvey
    My uncle recently and finally found our grandmothers box of photos. There are 100's of old photos dating back to 1880's up to the 1960's.

    I am planning to scan all the photos at 800 dpi and save in TIFF format.

    Would 800 dpi be sufficient or overkill in scanning all the...
    12-17-2011, 02:36 PM
  • jeffla
    Scaling Photos in Photoshop 6.0
    by jeffla
    I take lots of photographs and often pick the better ones to scan (from a 4x6), scale and print in 8x10. I think I figures out the proper resolutions to use for scanning (1/3 of the print resolution). I am confused about the best way to upscale a photo in Photoshop. There are two paths that I've seen:...
    01-15-2002, 08:55 PM
  • Rhonda
    [Definition] Resize vs. Resample
    by Rhonda
    When changing the size of an image, what's the difference between resizing and resampling? Is one better than the other? In one of the forums on scanning it was suggested to scan high and resize (but not resample) and that confused me. Thanks.
    09-14-2002, 04:03 PM
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