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Re: Image enlargement in photoshop 7
The first question you've asked would take a full lesson to answer completely. If you select Image > Image Size and then choose the method that works best for the type of image you have. You can try each option, only enlarging as much as you need, and choose Undo to go back to what you started with and then try a different option. Perhaps try only enlarging the image a little and stop when it becomes too grainy.
As to 'special text design,' I have no idea what you're asking. What is it you're having problems with? The interface for text in Photoshop is different than most software, but editing text is possible. I'd suggest using the help menu and learning the basics, since the commands operate so differently in Photoshop.
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Welcome to Fixya. If you want to enlarge the picture or change the aspect ratio just press "A" on the keyboard. However the picture quality will change depends on the resolution of movie that you're playing
Open both files into Gimp.
In the window containing the photo file, select all(Ctrl-A), copy(Ctrl-C)
then select the window containing the banner file and paste it in(Ctrl-V)
After this, create a new layer, and the photo should now become a solid layer
You can move the layer around by clicking and dragging.
Or by clicking and dragging the small rectangles at the corner of the frame, you can alter the size.
The cursor should change slightly to indicate which setting you are on when clicking/dragging...
(When moving, there should be a kind of cross with four arrows...and when enlarging, there should be a double headed arrow, indicating the direction you will be scaling the image)
You can use the "blend" or "smear" feature on either GIMP (free) or PhotoShop by Adobe. This basically has the same effect as rubbing your thumb over words on a freshly written page, smearing the adjacent colors to fill in the blank or degraded spots. It's a nice feature to help fill in "blank" spots in images, especially after editing them for concept drawings and such, or enlarging images which are low-resolution.
Be careful with the tool, you can quickly go overboard.
This sounds like it could be a couple of things. First, since the cursor is huge, go up to the menus at the top and choose Window>Character which will open the character palette so you can change the size of the text.
Then make sure the text color is different than the backgrd color 'cuz it could be getting lost. Check your Layers palette to see if the text tool worked as whenever you use the text tool it will make a separate layer for the text.
If your font size is small and your cursor is still going off the canvas, it could be that your image is very small. Check this by going to Image-->Image size and you can change the dimensions or the resolution. If the resolution is already low (>72ppi) then the image will pixelate when you make it bigger so try to get a higher resolution copy of the pic.
I don't think you can in PageMaker. The blurring occurs because of the nature of the images you're probably using. They are made up of a set of small blocks of colours (pixels). If you increase the size of the image, the blocks just get bigger and it turns blurry.
Your two options: * Sharpen the image - you can use free software like Picasa. This can be used to fix blurry images, but isn't ideal. * Resample the image - this is the better solution, more pixels are added as the image size is increased. You need proper image software like photoshop or paint shop pro to do this.
If you mean to enlarge a small low resolution image and make it a large image with good clarity and resolution, basically you can't really do this...
Well you can up to a point, say doubling the pixel size at maximum, but if you don't have the image size and qualitry to begin with, enlarging will rarely produce a clean image if you are enlarging it by a large factor.
Of course you can enlarge some images really well by say 25% by enlarging then using some sharpening filters like "Unsharp Mask" etc. You can get reasonable results this way, but if you are trying to say enlarge a 100 pixel wide image to 1000 pixels wide, it just won't work terribly well no matter how much sharpening or filtering you do!
i know what you are talking about when you say your losing quality. This is how i fixed it and it worked for me.
Image, Resize, Image size
Check the settings in here.
Is "Resampling Image" turned on or off?
I turned mine off and it worked for me.
Printed pictures of Starbucks coffee cups at 1" tall and the logo was dead on still.
Hope this helps.