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    Super Resolution

    Adobe just developed a game changer for still images. The Super Resolution in Camera Raw in Photoshop basically increases the resolution of an image by four times. Coming to Lightroom soon, where it makes more sense, because this is an initial step in workflow that should be done early. Advantage is that, basically, a cheaper and smaller 24 mega pixel image can now sit side by side with a 45-50 megapixel image, like, my Fuji smaller sensor files can rival Sony's full frame in sharpness and printable size. Well, not 100%, but pretty damn close, which is fine with me. The smaller the camera, the better. Will obviously help with phone and much smaller cameras, too.

    Reviews are good so far.

    https://www.dpreview.com/news/779920...l-in-photoshop

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    Wow, this is big news
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    Enhance.

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    But for real, that is very cool news. The one drawback is that it will likely eat up disk space faster than ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by From_the_NEK View Post


    But for real, that is very cool news. The one drawback is that it will likely eat up disk space faster than ever.
    Yeah, but, disc space is cheap these days.

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    gonna have to try it on some gopro images

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    This tech works with existing pictures, or you need to use Adobe Camera software to get the resolution?
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    it does work on non-raw images, enhanced imaging is still dependent on the base image info ultimately

    there are competing software platforms out there that do it too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    Yeah, but, disc space is cheap these days.
    It may be cheap but my Lightroom catalog is starting to become a bear to load at almost 2TB. Especially when I jump back into older photos to retouch stuff.
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    Sounds like you need a new M1 Mac.

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    ACR super res looks impressive - way better than conventional upscaling and it's good for hard edges and suchlike, and makes up stuff in the small details, really nice program!

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