Woodseye question

Dbworld

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Ok woodseye...your digital pics come out so nice.  I have questions.  

Depending on what camera I use, my pics come out (almost) as nice...but my digital pics from either a service or my scanner are marginal at best.

What camera are you using?
What scanner or development service are you using for your digital pics?
What film are you using?
Any other info that will help me get quality digital pics like your posts.  

I personally could care less about the "hard copy" pics...that's why I'm going digital as soon as I can.  A $300 plus camera seems expensive but a roll of film a week plus development costs goes beyond that easily in less than a year.  
 

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Thanks Dbworld-I didn't think the quality was that good I scan at 72dpi and can see a loss of sharpness from orginal pic. I use a HP scanner and upload to dot photo. I'm gettin my own web page up cause I don't know how long it will last. knobby suggested to check provider and he was right. It took some thrashing but I did find out I had free web space available to me. Will be going to this soon. Thanx again for kind words

later woods  
 
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