If you’re printing photos or preparing a large digital canvas, you may need to enlarge your images for various mediums that require different file sizes. With the right tools, you can expand image size for any job while retaining high-quality image resolution.
Adjust your canvas for resizing.
Adjust canvases at will from the Image menu bar to meet the needs of the job, no matter how large.
Keep things to spec.
Preserve aspect ratios of your original image as you change sizes to meet various specifications that graphic designers and photo editors work in.
Let Adobe Sensei AI generate new pixels to fill gaps in your photo as you enlarge it to make seamless enhancement a breeze.
Make images larger with no reduction in image quality by using the Adobe Camera Raw plug-in enhancement tools.
Enhancement plug-ins keep your images sharp.
Bypass the challenges of enhancing and resizing smaller images with Photoshop tools to enlarge images for printing and display.
Preserve Details 2.0.
With the power of artificial intelligence, automatic upscaling technology in Photoshop keeps images sharp after a resize or crop.
Get maximal enhancements for large format and high DPI printing with Super Resolution in the Camera Raw plug-in.
How to enlarge your images.
Use Super Resolution to increase the size of an image without losing the detail it had at its original size. It also automatically cleans, sharpens, resamples, and enhances your new image.
From Camera Raw (the plug-in, not the filter in Adobe Photoshop), open your original image.
In the filmstrip, right-click or control-click an image file and select Enhance from the menu.
Super Resolution it:
Check the box that reads Super Resolution. You’ll see a time estimate beneath.
Click Enhance. The algorithm will do its work, and the new, larger image will be automatically produced, with the file extension DNG attached to it.
Hone your image editing skills.
These tutorials will show you how to resize images and enhance a digital image for detailed work.
Resize your images.
Learn how to adjust the size of your images in multiple ways.