On 07/25/2010 03:49 AM, Byram wrote:
It makes a difference what type of image it is. Enlarging a jpg will give worse results than enlarging a tif or raw, for example. Try decomposing the img into LAB and sharpening only the L layer.I have an old 7 mp image that I'm trying to increase to around 10MP. I've read it's best to increase by 10%, then unsharpen, and repeat process until you get to the desired result. I unsharpened with radius at 5, threshold 15, and amount .5. When I finished the process. I viewed the image at 100% and it was terrible. Any recommendations regarding the process or the unsharpened mask settings? Thanks.
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