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PhotoShop: Advance Image Enlargement With Dark Details

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I’ve been playing around with my method for enlarging images pass four times its original size without losing any detail by add sub pixels to the image. But depending on the image, my method could be changed to better suite an image for better results.

In this method, sub pixels are generated not just to the original image, but to a high light level of the image. The result is an image that does not lose dark details.

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PhotoShop – Object Removal And Replacement

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Here is a sample image I did back in 2006, which I think is worth noting.

I have a random photo of a bear, form an online store.
The website wants to the following done to the image:

  • Remove the background
  • Make the background gray
  • If possible, remove the tag

The final results can be seen below.

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PhotoShop – Enhanced Image Enlargement Part 2

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After second guessing my subpixel method and trying to prove myself wrong with normal PhotoShop techniques that anyone can do, I have proven to myself that my method does have its benefits for lower quality images.

My method for enlarging images by generating subpixels dose improve lower resolution images and can clean some of the noise found in the image.

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Batch PhotoShop – Enhanced Image Enlargement

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So I have created an automation script with AutoIt. The purpose is to enlarge the image with my enhanced image enlargement method for a large number of similar photos.

Each image takes about 1.5 minutes to process with automation.

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PhotoShop – Enhanced Image Enlargement

Posted: , By Patcoola

I have come up with a method of enhancing images and increasing the image size while making the image better than before.

This method increases the image size and adds sub pixels generated from the original image, then the image is refocused for maximum detail. The result is a image over three times larger and more detailed than before.

The main purpose of my method is to enlarge the image without losing quality or augmenting the image. In other words I take a low quality image and remaster it in high definition.

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