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I can not enlarge my photos. When I click on an image, the image does not come up. A black screen comes up with the i photo logo. in a circle

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In a photo editor like photo shop. Be aware even after enlarging a photo, it will not have more info. Small pictures have little info, and will be blurred when enlarged.

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What is the relation between megapixels and maximun enlargement size


The number of pixels (measured in megapixels only because there's so many of them, the number would be very long if they didn't shorten it down; much like saying gigabyte for hard drives, instead of bytes) directly correlates to how much data has been recorded for a particular image.

Photos aren't "drawn" with lines (which is known as a vector image). They are recorded in pixels (raster image), and each pixel is just a single dot of a single color at a specific place in that photo.

When you look at that photo at a very small size (such as on your monitor), the computer "interpolates" (a fancy word for "guesses") which pixels to hide from view, and kind of remixes the other colors on the screen so it looks like the original photo. (Kind of weird, but it's true.)

The photo is "perfect" when it is the full size (one pixel on-screen to one pixel in-photo ratio). No interpolation is done, so you see exactly what you photographed.

If you enlarge a photo beyond the number of pixels you have, you again have to do interpolation, where the computer has to "guess" which color pixels would blend properly between the real pixels in the gaps that are created when it's stretched beyond what data is there.

So, to answer your question:

The direct relationship is this: If you have too few pixels (as rated in megapixels), and you enlarge the photo too much, then there's too much guesswork done by the computer. It is just kind of filling in colors, and this makes the photo look blurry. It can't create detail where no detail existed before.

The more pixels you have, the larger the print you can make WITHOUT enlarging (or interpolating) it. This makes the result very crisp indeed, because all of the pixels are coming from the photo, not from the guesswork of the computer. Even if you are only enlarging it a small amount, it's going to be infinitely better than enlarging it a larger amount. The more interpolation, the fuzzier it gets.

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Does black and white photography use the same enlarger as color photography?


Black and white photography uses a much more basic enlarger, you will notice that some enlargers have knobs on the front that are magenta, cyan and yellow these are color enlargers. A color enlarger can be used to develop black and white images but a color image cannot be developed using a black and white enlarger.

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How to print enlaarged photo


Click on the the little print image that has paper coming out of it on the top of it,next click preview on your computer.Next click on the "Shrink to Fit" when your page or picture comes up up stroll down to the highest number or whatever you prefer and hit Print when you are satisfied with your picture.I hope this was helpful.

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When click picture or photo the screen goes black


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Wide screen stretches all my photos


Wide screen monitor distortionDepending upon the screen resolution that has been set inDisplay, the image will be distorted on these large wide screen monitors.
Create a large circle image using a draw program such as Paint (hold down theShift key as you create the circle as it will draw a perfect circle).
Open Control Panel - Display - Settings tab and adjust the Screen resolutionslider, increase or decrease the screen resolution then bring the circle imageto the front and check the image, if the circle is still distorted then changethe screen resolution and check the circle again until you are satisfied withthe image of the circle. When you are satisfied then click apply.

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If I scan a photo using my HP C5180 All-In-One printer, can I go back later and enlarge that scanned photo? I haven't monkeyed around with it too much, and I thought I would aske first.


Hello - Yes you can. You would just need some photo editing software (some probably came with the printer.) If not I recommend you download a copy of Photoscape here. It's freeware and does a beautiful job.
One thing to be aware of is that as you enlarge a digital image it will loose image quality, the larger it gets the worse the quality. For bumping it up a bit it will look fine.
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