Tom Thumb: Increasing Photo Resolution with AKVIS Magnifier

Tom Thumb: Increasing Photo Resolution

The example was made using the old algorithm of Magnifier.

The author of this tutorial is Gordon Sisson.

In his example Gordon Sisson has demonstrated one more aspect of the usage of AKVIS Magnifier - namely the ability not only to change the image's dimensions but also to improve on its quality. In author's words he frequently needs to increase the resolution of graphics dragged off the internet or clip art collection. These graphics are 72 dpi which is not acceptable for printing, so resolution should be increased to 300 dpi.

In order to compare Adobe Photoshop and AKVIS Magnifier (quickness and quality), Gordon Sisson decided to magnify a photo of a little boy. As everyone knows, growing a child is a very involved process. Let alone the boy is really small - the original image is just of 2.38 inches high! The author claims, however: this task can be done in just a couple of minutes.

Here is the Magic of AKVIS Magnifier:


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