How-To Series: Photoshop CC Intelligent Upsampling

 Mar 03, 2016

Scaling up low resolution images is now simple with intelligent upsampling

If you been ever had a low resolution image, or an image that was very small, that needed to enlarged without a glaring loss of quality you would be jumping for a joy because with the new Photoshop CC you can now do this directly in the application without resorting to third party applications.

Step 1:        Go to Image > Image Size

Step 2:        Change Width and Height to Percent

Step 3:        Resample - Choose Preserve Details (Enlargement)

                   There are 7 options but try this one first

Step 4:        Reduce Noise with the slider (If necessary)

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