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    Quote Originally Posted by markbarendt View Post


    Umm, no, a high resolution scan isn't a problem. Just had some Kodachrome slides done a month or so ago at 30 and they were perfectly workable.

    If you want to understand why, head over to someplace like http://members.photoshopuser.com/ and do some research on resizing, sizing for printing, and scanning. http://www.lynda.com has some great info on this too. If one works with a Pro-Lab one can generally get good info from them too about what matters and what doesn't.

    Yes I know those sites charge real money, it's worth every penny If you want good info.
    Umm, I don't even know what to say, what does this have to do with the image above that is fuzzy...
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    Quote Originally Posted by StoneNYC View Post
    Umm, I don't even know what to say, what does this have to do with the image above that is fuzzy...
    I didn't take issue with you on the subject matter being a bit fuzzy, that is a bit of a puzzle yet, I don't really get what's being demonstrated there either.

    What I'm saying Stone is that having a lab scan a photo at a high resolution doesn't make a photo end up looking fuzzy. There are lots of things that may make it look fuzzy, that's just not one of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by markbarendt View Post
    I didn't take issue with you on the subject matter being a bit fuzzy, that is a bit of a puzzle yet, I don't really get what's being demonstrated there either.

    What I'm saying Stone is that having a lab scan a photo at a high resolution doesn't make a photo end up looking fuzzy. There are lots of things that may make it look fuzzy, that's just not one of them.
    I meant from over interpolation, like scanning way higher than the scanner is capable of scanning at, would make it blurry, but I think it's not that, I just wanted to cover all the bases because someone would come in and say "no stone it's this, don't talk about what you don't know" so I just said all the things it might be that I could think of.
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