>You might enquire of the place you take your film for processing whether
>you can specify the PPI of the processed images, in which case I would
>specify a ppi of 300 or more. If you cannot, and you have a scanner, you
>might be able to scan the negative on your scanner, and "develop" which
>would be basically changing to the color balance of the image and
>prepare the images at home. I have had reasonably good luck scanning
>both positive and negative images made on 35 mm film in a variety of
>media on a flatbed scanner, and processing the film. I scan at 1200 dpi,
>and by printing at the same image 300 dpi, I increase the size of the
>printed image by 4 times.
That's very helpful. I think my local computer repair shop has a scanner, so
I'll try that.
Thanks very much.
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