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How to scan photos properly?

Before you trust your photos to a scanner, maybe you should check it, scanners from all-in-one printer/scanners are mostly designed to scan documents, color fidelity may not be their top ...
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How to scan photos properly?

Few fast recommendations: try to align the photos to scanner borders, this will help you to avoid rotation (to strait) scan at 600 DPI, in specs I see 1200DPI but have my doubts how real is this. ...
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Is this a reasonable answer to a complaint that my enlargements were not super sharp?

All of the answers are giving good and important information. Let me come at it from a different angle. A properly sharpened image, when the junctions of light and dark ares viewed at a high ...
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Is this a reasonable answer to a complaint that my enlargements were not super sharp?

Not really. But there is a grain of truth in it. What they are saying is that your image had excess resolution and they had to downsample it by about 30%. This is not an extraordinary amount; all but ...
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Is this a reasonable answer to a complaint that my enlargements were not super sharp?

Yes, it is reasonable because it is a polite way of saying that you don’t know what you are doing. There’s nothing wrong with that — not knowing what you are doing, I mean. We are all still have a lot ...
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Is this a reasonable answer to a complaint that my enlargements were not super sharp?

Assuming your images were as described, 13.3 x 9.9" at 350 ppi would make them 4665 x 3465 pixels. What device were you viewing the photos on? If it was a computer screen, its physical size is ...
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