How to Get Super Resolution with Raw Images in Photoshop v22.3 | Dustin Lucas
settings: f4 @ 1/200 iso 100
As a photographer, clients request to print large-scale and fellow photographers constantly ask if they can print large-scale with a 24-megapixel camera. The answer is, it depends. Most labs upscale for you and have advanced software to do it, so whether you have 12 or 36 megapixels, you should be fine for most applications. When it comes to camera manufacturers pushing more megapixels, this is always the debate of whether I’m getting better quality pixels, higher ISO, focus, dynamic range, etc. Don’t get stuck in the mud trying to enlarge images. There is a better solution. Adobe has announced Super Resolution, a feature within Camera Raw 13.2 in the Enhanced tool. This doubles the pixel dimensions of your raw file and outputs into an Adobe Digital Negative file, or DNG. It seems like Adobe is jumping on the Ai train and offering a non-destructive raw output option. This is a game-changer for Adobe users! Let’s dive in and check out the results.
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