Question about Canon Cameras
For all practical purposes, the answer is no. A picture cannot be made higher definition after the intial image has been processed and stored, although you can obviously make it higher resolution (If you fourfold the resolution, one of the old blocks will now take up four of the new blocks, so it will still look blotchy - however - when an imaging program has four blocks to play with, it can do some "smoothing" of irregular edges, which does go a bit towards making the picture look better).
Unfortunately - programs like CSI and NCIS give the impression that any photo can be made razor sharp - but they are exaggerating a principle to prove a point.
How big do you need the enlargement to be? If you are talking "maybe just twice the size", then there are some options available in packages, such as photoshop and photosuite (& others) do have the ability to "sharpen" images - but the effect is not as dramatic as people would like.
Posted on May 06, 2010
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