Question about Photography
Using the highest quality setting, scan your photos with a flatbed scanner. Then save them as .jpg files. The result will be quite acceptable, providing that your original shots are in good condition. If you have suitable photo software, you can sharpen them and adjust the size, brightness and contrast and so on. Great fun if you have never done it before. Don't forget to back up all your cherished data such as photos.
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Posted on Feb 11, 2008
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