Dr. Hug, Inc.

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Digitizing Services

We offer different scanning (digitizing) image resolution (PPI) options for your printed photos, negatives and slides that you can choose from. Please read the explanations below so you can decide what's right for you.   What is PPI?

 

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  • Photo Prints Digitizing 300ppi [up to 8.5"x11.5", color or B&W (black & white)]. 300ppi is currently the professional standard digital resolution size for printing photographs at high quality. This is good for printing your photos the original photo size. This is also a good resolution for scanning clippings, cards, child's artwork, etc. You can compare different photo prints scanning resolutions (PPI) HERE.

  • Photo Prints Digitizing 600ppi (up to 8.5"x11.5", color or B&W). 600ppi is a great digital resolution size for archiving your photographs. It's twice as big as the professional standard size for printing photos. This means you or a future generation could print your photos twice the original size or zoom in to view or print a specific area of a photo (like one person in a group). Keep in mind though; the quality will not be better than the original printed photo.

  • Photo Prints Digitizing 1200ppi (up to 8.5"x11.5", color or B&W). With 1200ppi digital resolution, you will be able to enlarge a photo to 4 times the original size or zoom in on a specific area of the photo. Again, please keep in mind that the visual quality will not be better than the original printed photo.

  • 35mm Negative Film or Slides 2"x2" mount Digitizing 1200ppi (about 1.6MP) [color or B&W (black & white)]. For 35mm negatives or slides, the 1200ppi resolution scan should allow you to print a photo about 3.5 inches by 5.5 inches at 300ppi resolution. For slides with a smaller film size, the high quality print size would be smaller. You can compare different 35mm scanning resolutions (PPI) HERE.

  • 35mm Negative Film or Slides 2"x2" mount Digitizing 2400ppi (about 7MP) (color or B&W). For 35mm negatives or slides, the 2400ppi resolution scan should allow you to print a photo about 10.7 inches by 7 inches at 300ppi resolution. For slides with a smaller film size, the high quality print size would be smaller.

  • 35mm Negative Film or Slides 2"x2" mount Digitizing 4800ppi (about 26MP) (color or B&W). For 35mm negatives or slides, the 4800ppi resolution scan should allow you to print a photo about 21.6 inches by 14.3 inches at 300ppi resolution. For slides with a smaller film size, the high quality print size would be smaller.

  • 120 and 220 Negative Film Digitizing 1200ppi [color or B&W (black & white)]. 120 and 220 comes in different frame sizes, but one side is always 56mm (2.2 inches). The 1200ppi resolution scan should allow you to print a photo about 8.5 inches by ? at 300ppi resolution.

  • 120 and 220 Negative Film Digitizing 2400ppi (color or B&W). 120 and 220 comes in different frame sizes, but one side is always 56mm (2.2 inches). The 2400ppi resolution should allow you to print a photo about 17 inches by ? at 300ppi resolution.

  • 120 and 220 Negative Film Digitizing 3000ppi (color or B&W). 120 and 220 comes in different frame sizes, but one side is always 56mm (2.2 inches). The 3000ppi resolution should allow you to print a photo about 21 inches by ? 300ppi resolution.

  • 4x5 Negative Film Digitizing 1200ppi [color or B&W (black & white)]. The 1200ppi resolution should allow you to print a photo about 13.8 inches by 18.2 inches at 300ppi resolution.

  • 4x5 Negative Film Digitizing 2400ppi (color or B&W). The 2400ppi resolution should allow you to print a photo about 28.4 inches by 36.4 inches at 300ppi resolution.

  • 4x5 Negative Film Digitizing 3000ppi (color or B&W). The 3000ppi resolution should allow you to print a photo about 35.6 inches 45.6 inches at 300ppi resolution.

 

Please remember, even though color, brightness and etc. can be adjusted, the visual quality of the scan will only be as good as the original photograph.

 

 

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