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Old 09-27-2006, 07:53 AM   #7
Jon Finch
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As I said in the earlier post, the client has black and white photographs that were taken around 1900 and has no access to the original material. We are therefore working from quite poor original source JPEGs and we've warned the client that the images will look very pixellated when blown up via a slide projector. However, we have warned him of all this and he is still happy to go ahead. He is giving a presentation where he will have control of the image size and will "work with what we can give him"!

Thanks for all your input.

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