How do you convert old photos from the 60s to usable digital images for websites?
Picmonkey photo editor will not make the photos large enough after scanning. Could a photography studio help?
You can scan an old photo into your computer and save it. Then it's ready for you to post on websites.
There are photo restoration companies that can do it for you, but they are costly.
I would recommend scanning the photos yourself, and then using Photoshop to touch them up.
As for the photos not being large enough, I think that might be a scanner setting problem, rather then a software issue. Most images scanned will be more then large enough for use on the web.
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