Hello, Really interested in this conversion of photos of all sizes to CD. My question is that I do not know the difference from a good quality photo at 300 DPI or higher. What will work best for this: I have several different sized photos of my daughter which were taken and printed at a photo studio. I want to scan these so I may make a photobook. Is the 300 DPI acceptable for this? Thank you Jackie
Jackie M. asked on Jun 20, 2013
Hey Jackie. Thank you for contacting us. For most, the 300dpi scans will be sufficient. We recommend the hi-res, 600dpi scans, for anyone looking to reprint those photos larger than 8x10, anyone looking to do editing on the images or for images that are old and/or very faded. For posting images online or sharing digitally with friends and family, the 300dpi scans will definitely do the trick. Please do not hesitate to call us at 888-333-2808 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions. Thank You!
Jason T. from Merchant replied on Jun 21, 2013