scanning yearbook pics

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May 26, 2012
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I had trouble scanning yearbooks because the pages are all "dotted." Someone told me to scan at a high resolution and then to resize down. This worked great. I can’t remember what settings I used. What resolution should I scan with, and what should I resize to. Tim

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Tim923
May 26, 2012
"Tim923" wrote in message
I had trouble scanning yearbooks because the pages are all "dotted." Someone told me to scan at a high resolution and then to resize down. This worked great. I can’t remember what settings I used. What resolution should I scan with, and what should I resize to. Tim

Oh, these pics are for display on screen only, but to be printed. Tim
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May 26, 2012
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Oh, these pics are for display on screen only, but to be printed. Tim

NOT to be printed.
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tony cooper
May 26, 2012
On Sat, 26 May 2012 11:40:25 -0400, "Tim923"
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I had trouble scanning yearbooks because the pages are all "dotted." Someone told me to scan at a high resolution and then to resize down. This worked great. I can’t remember what settings I used. What resolution should I scan with, and what should I resize to. Tim
Most scanning programs have a "descreening" or "moiré removal" setting. It may be on the main page or it may be in the advanced mode. It is designed to provide better scans of halftones as found in yearbooks.


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