Thanks for info on scanning images

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by Peter, Oct 20, 2012.

  1. Peter

    Peter Guest

    Thanks to the 2 users who guided me to software to enlarge images and
    retain clarity, with a bit of reading and such, i have enlarged pics to use
    instead of small ones.

    Thank you
    Peter, Oct 20, 2012
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  2. Peter

    Joel Guest

    As I have mentioned in other message that Photoshop itself has image
    enlargement feature which works pretty similar to other stand alone

    I never tried to compare for all small detail or difference between
    versions of Photoshop. But I have seen several comparisions by several
    others, and they all have some advantages/disadvantages. Or they have to
    zoom in real close to see some differences. To me, if they have to zoom in
    real close then it should be too close for me to worry, and I don't want to
    spend few hundred bucks to buy a third party program so I have always use
    Photoshop's own enlargement.

    And if you want to know how then I can give you some general info.

    1. *IF* the original image isn't a highest quality, then you may want to
    change to 16-bit mode (you can change to 32-bit but may not need it) before
    applying the enlargement

    2. All you have to do is selecting Image Resize command, and instead of
    increasing the Size or Number Of Pixel you change the PERCENTAGE and that's

    There are several option at the bottom but I always use the default so I
    don't know the difference. Also, I only use this for large print (poster
    size) or DVD label from a low quality image (like 70-150K size).
    Joel, Oct 22, 2012
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