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Yes. With 35mm watch out for grain - it's pesky on anything but the lowest speed, pro tier films. For instance I find Gold 200 can be obnoxiously grainy in all but bright sun, but Portra 160 and Ektar 100 have a very fine grain across the board, and they hold a lot of detail. With medium format you could probably just upload the full res scan.

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some discussion on scanning analog photos and negatives on the forum. 


can i sell analog photos






technical issues





btw, not related to scanning, but noticed one of your photos 2WC3350 has a caption that doesn't really match what's in the photo, and it's marked public domain which i don't know if it's intentional or not. 


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