Okay - here is a quote from someone that is trying to help me fix some images: " I note, these are exceptionally small files for a digital camera. At this size, we certainly can deal via e-mail for all of them. However, I asked for high-resolution pics because they turn out better because, their larger size provides more detail in them to work on. While these are 300 PPI, which is considered high resolution, they are only about 1.5 inches x 1 inch in print size! This makes for a fairly small pixel size too, making it that much more difficult to get the best results. That said, I nonetheless can fix these up significantly, just not the bit more I could have done with larger files. Did you do anything to change the dots per inch on them to 300? I guess digital cameras can be set different ways, but typically they make them 72 dpi and HUGE print and pixel dimensions (with those huge dimensions, I can then change the dpi to higher and still have large enough print size). Yours are the opposite. But this also will mean you need to consider what you will use these pics for. The print size is too small for anything but thumb nail pics. The pixel dimensions are small but still large enough for reasonable use on the Web. Had they been huge pic files, I could have given you pixel dimensions, print size and dpi at whatever you wanted. At any rate, I hope you will be showing these to the company on the computer -- because as they are, they won't work as prints. I note, I can make them large enough for snapshot print size of around 4.5' x 3 ' -- but I would have to reduce the dpi " ----------------------- I guess I don't understand all of this because it seems to me that the 300 dpi should be better than 72 dpi and I always use 300 dpi getting good results at larger print sizes..... Can someone explain this to me?