In a major breakthrough for the photography industry, Adobe has released a powerful new feature called ‘Super Resolution’ that can upsize an image 4x times while preserving its details and colors. For instance, you can turn a 10-megapixel image into a 40-megapixel image and maintain its sharpness at a higher resolution, thereby improving its quality.
Enlarging a low-resolution image, for printing or other purposes, can lead to blurry results and loss of quality. But the AI-powered Super Resolution feature uses an advanced machine learning model trained on millions of photos to intelligently enlarge images while maintaining sharp edges and preserving details.
The tool is available in Adobe Camera Raw 13.2 plugin for Photoshop and will soon be headed to Lightroom and Lightroom Classic. The images below show how Super Resolution compares with standard bicubic resampling.
How to use Super Resolution
Right-click on a photo and select “Enhance…” from the menu. A new window will open that will show you a before-and-after preview of the Enhanced image and the estimated time the program will take to render it. After you click the Enhance button in the lower right corner, Adobe Camera Raw will build the new image file, which will appear right next to the original file wherever it is stored.
Demo 1: Watch the feature in action below
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