I'm trying to remember the question I was supposed to ask, but everyone is in bed, so here's my best recollection of the details. What is the quality of the images once they're scanned? Maybe this has to do with pixels or something? Some pics look fuzzy after uploading sometimes, especially if they were taken at slow shutter speeds. Would the pictures be grainy if we had them printed in 8x10 or larger after you've scanned them?
Linda L. asked on Mar 14, 2013
Linda - Welcome to ScanMyPhotos.com, we're glad you found us. 300 DPI is good for print reproduction of the same size or for viewing on a computer. 600 DPI is better to "future-proof" your photos. As screen resolutions increase, so will your scanned images to maintain viewing quality. Additionally, scanning at a higher resolution allows for larger, crisper photo reproductions. For example, a 4x6 scanned at 300 DPI can reproduce a 4x6 or a 5x7 print whereas a 600 DPI scan can print up to 16x20. Please visit http://www.scanmyphotos.com/300v600dpi.php for more information.
ScanMyPhotos.com from Merchant replied on Mar 14, 2013