ENLARGE your photos 4X. New in Photoshop, Super Resolution tips and tutorial.

Super resolution is a brand new feature in Photoshop, that enables you to quadruple the size of your photos without loss of quality. Colin Smith teaches you how this new feature works, shows examples and provides some powerful hidden tips for Super Resolution.

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  1. Wow, what a difference… I'm new to PS navigating the maze of supreme amazing functionality. All 'Mind blowing', but slowly getting there. Need to learn the tools, the basics, yr videos, style, communication helps immensely. Many thanks.

  2. The image I need to fix is a JPEG (not a RAW file). I can't open it in Camera Raw to do the first enlargement technique you review. Any suggestions?

  3. I have a couple I want to enlarge as of Oct.1,2021. I'll let you know how the come out using Super Size Bicubic, or the best Ps. has at this time.

  4. This only works well on relatively new digital photos taken in the last 10 years. If you try it on a tiny 300px x 600x image from the early 2000's it still looks like crap lol

  5. Wow it works perfectly. This literally is like something from a sci fi movie! Very glad I found your channel I have learned a lot in just one day.

  6. Not so sure about "technically its 4x larger" its double width and height. 4x would be 4x width and height. same as when you scale it by 400%.
    Still dont understand why this cant be done by using Camera Raw on a layer. isnt a RAW basically a JPG as well?!

  7. Colin, do you need a M1 mac for supersizing? My mac from 2019 tells me that wit enhancing in phototoshop my OS system or grapic card need to be updated to the latest version. How to do that?

  8. I've been wanting to learn more about this — thanks for the great demo. QUESTION – if you do the enhance, does it increase the size physically also, if you are making a print? OR, if you are then going to make a print, and potentially print it at a smaller size — will it still be alot sharper? Still trying to wrap my head around it. Hope you can answer here. 🙂

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