Question by Fluxity: How do you get high resolution digital photos from developing film?
I took some rolls of film to Walgreens, and paid extra for the photo CD – but the photos they gave me are only 72 ppi! I can’t use them for my Graphic Design School projects, they’re such a low resolution!
How do you make high resolution digital copies of photos from film?
Is there another photo developer that will give higher quality CD’s, or what?
Answer by fhotoace
You have to ask for high resolution images on the CD.
By default they make all the digital image files “Internet, email ready” That means 72 DPI
You will have to find a lab that will scan your negatives at 300 DPI or better.
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