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Old 01-01-2011, 05:01 PM   #82
Volvo Heretic
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I've got some old instant camera photos that I have tried to scan, but they came out real grainy. What is the trick to doing a better job? How much resolution should i use and what size should the picture be to post on this forum through Photo Bucket or is it just trial and lots of error? I have no negatives. How about just taking another picture of the photo with a digital camera?

Here is a digital photo of a picture, much better than scanning.
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