A lot of the time, you will find yourself working with an image that is the wrong resolution. Can you up-res a photo in Adobe Photoshop? What are things to remember as you up-res an image? In this video, author Richard Harrington walks you through how you can enlarge, or up-res, your photo in Photoshop.
- A lot of times,…you'll end up with an image that's the wrong resolution.…Now, there are many ways to go about resizing an image,…but ultimately, you have to remember that when…you're uprising, you're creating new pixels…that don't originally exist.…This means that the computer is going to interpellate…the information and do what's best…to come up with new pixels.…Often times, this works pretty well,…but it is not a never ending fountain of pixels.…You can't keep blowing up an image forever.…
Let me show you what Photoshop can do.…Inside the Photoshop,…you can choose image, image size,…this will show you the existing image and resolution.…So, let's go ahead and reassign…this to a resolution of 300 pixels per inch…and I see that this is about a six inch by…three and a half inch print…and unfortunately, I need a larger output.…I need this to be about 17 inches wide…and about eight and a half inches tall.…
So, in order to get there,…I'm going to resize to 17…and let the width and height stay constrained.…Now, you'll notice in doing this…
- Cropping to a specific ratio
- Fixing images that are too bright or too dark
- Dealing with exposure, color, and skin problems
- Whitening teeth and eyes
- Changing the color of an object
- Blurring a background
- Adding a vignette
- Sharpening a photo
Skill Level Beginner
1. Sizing an Image
2. Exposure Problems
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3. Color Problems
4. Skin Problems
5. Controlling Focus and Backgrounds
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