Enlarging a low-res photograph | Photoshop | lynda.com

Upsampling, or enlarging, an image in an image editing program can degrade its quality significantly, but that isn’t the case with the recent versions of Photoshop. In this tutorial, see how to use Photoshop’s upsampling algorithms to your advantage in order to achieve good results when enlarging a low-res photograph. Watch the follow-up movies in Deke’s Techniques at http://www.lynda.com/Illustrator-tutorials/Dekes-Techniques/76067-2.html?utm_campaign=6AIOrvArWrc&utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube.

This specific tutorial is from the Deke’s Techniques series presented by lynda.com author Deke McClelland. The complete Deke’s Techniques series offers short tutorials on Photoshop and Illustrator projects, and features real-world examples that can be applied to creative projects right away.


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