How Photo Enlargement Relates to Photo Editing Software
While Photoshop® is amazing for many photo editing needs, photo enlargement is one area where other software can prove much more effective.
The photo below highlights detail areas where enlarging with photo enlargement software – in this case, Imagener – produced a crisper, clearer, more detailed result.
This photo is small in physical size and has low-resolution. It is used here specifically to demonstrate Imagener’s ability to produce a photo enlargement better than Photoshop.
Photo enlargement software made the sky areas on the right more clear and pronounced. Details like wooden lattice‑work appear crisper and brighter using photo enlargement software.
People at far distances appear pixelated in the Photoshop® photo enlargement above.
Our customers have asked us for years about enlarging low‑resolution images such as this1. While no program can make image information appear that isn’t there, Imagener does the best possible job using existing photo information and elements to perform enlargement.
1. The term “low-resolution” means images below 300 dots per inch or DPI. For more information about dots-per-inch and how to find the DPI of an image, see Image Resolution 101 – How and Why to Change Resolution in Photos and Images. Click here (opens a new window).