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We are happy to bring to you 2nd part of ScanMemories report ‘India: Trends in digitising old family photos’. The report is based on an independent survey conducted by ScanMemories with respondents across India. The objective of the survey was to understand in this age of ‘Digital India’ how Indians are taking care of their physical photos.
For 30% respondents, lack of skill and proper equipment is the key challenge when it comes to digitising photos.
For 29% respondents, even after investing time in digitising photos, the restored photos are not of good quality. This is a prevalent problem as majority of people are digitising photos on smartphone applications, however the resultant image quality is mostly poor. Further the image resolution is less than 100 DPI (as against 300 DPI/ 600 DPI required for normal usage) and fit to be seen only on small screen of the phone.
We would like to know which of the above categories you fall into, in terms of challenges faced by you in digitising your physical photos. Write your comments in the comment section to let us know.
Also, have you already digitised your photos before they are damaged and beyond restoration? Contact us and we will scan your photos to the best quality possible, because your memories deserve the best!
ScanMemories is a unique service for restoring your old photos both digitally as well as physically. Your memories are special. We help you to take care of them.