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Lossless zooming in Photoshop 4 steps tutorial

Author: Austin Ames
by Austin Ames
Posted: Apr 02, 2012

are you furstrated when enlarging a vector break the pixels. Is it possible to enlarge the image without losing quality? Of course not, unless we deal with vector graphics. However, you can zoom in on a simple drawing of up to several hundred percent while maintaining edge sharpness. How? About this below.

1. Open up a simple picture, the best two colors:

2. Enlarge it several times so that we can have this effect:

3. It looks awful... Blurred edges, contaminated by the background... However, it is a way to fix it. We'll start by sharpening filter Sharpen / Unsharp Mask  setting the Amount to 300%,  Radius 100 pixels, and Threshold to 0 It looks better, but still be useful to smooth the edges a bit. For this purpose,

4. we use the filter Brush Strokes / Accented Edges by changing the Edge Width to 1,  Edge Brightness  to 25, and Smoothness the fifth

The end result is certainly much better than the traditional larger:

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Author: Austin Ames

Austin Ames

United States

Member since: Apr 25, 2012
Published articles: 120

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