Nei dizionari si trova poco. Facendo un sondaggio in Rete, al primo posto in classifica c'è scannerizzare
One of the most important decisions you face when scanning anything with your scanner is choosing what dpi ("dots per inch") to scan with. And specifically for this post, what is the best dpi to use when scanning and archiving your 8x10" and smaller paper photographic prints - which for most people, make up the majority of our pre-digital collection. Making this decision was very challenging for me and certainly a huge part of my 8 year delay. The reason for this is that dpi is the critical variable in a fairly simple mathematical equation that will determine several important outcomes for your digital images.
One of these two file formats has lots of benefits for you when scanning and archiving your photo collection. Read this to make sure you choose wisely!
Somewhere in your home, there's a box of old analog photographs you probably want digital copies of. Unless you know how to use your scanner correctly, the image quality can turn out poor. Here's how to get the best results.