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Reshade Image Enlarger Lite

Resize Images Without Losing Fidelity

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So many image resizing applications out there leave you wanting for more. They do the bare minimum - scale your image to a different size, but the results are often sloppy! That's why it's time for a new, more effective player to enter the market, and that's exactly what you get with today's discount software promotion, Reshade Image Enlarger Lite!

Reshade Image Enlarger Lite lets you resize your images without losing picture quality or detail. With Reshade Image Enlarger Lite, you can resize your images to almost any zoom factor without experiencing any jagged edges, blurring, or other imperfections commonly associated with other resizers. A quick preview function lets you see, at a glance, what your results will look like, and the combination of keyboard shortcuts and drag-and-drop simplicity makes resizing images quick work.

Featuring full support for a wide range of the most popular image file formats, such as JPEG, TIFF, PNG, and BMP, you'll find it easy to get up and running with Reshade Image Enlarger Lite quickly. You can even enjoy support for a full spectrum of image modes, including CMYK! It really is the perfect application for professional photographers, web designers, scientists, and artists!

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Dan Brooks I have more than 25 years of digital imagery manipulation experience professionally and more than 40 years personally. I have used commercial editors and coded my own. I think that a comparison of the algorithms used in Reshade's products with the default algorithms in Photoshop is somewhat disingenuous. No editor "preserves" any original feature when enlarging a digital image. The editor "interprets" the existing information and literally makes up the information for every new pixel that did not exist in the original image. Photoshop can produce results like Reshade, provided that the user adjusts it's settings to approximate the Reshade algorithm.

I am not actually convinced that Reshade's methods produce a "better" image at all. It looks to me like Reshade enhances/increases the local contrast when the original image has high contrast for that area, and smooths/reduces the local contrast when the original image has low contrast for the area. While that may be okay for some purposes, the result does not always appear to be consistent with what one expects from the original image. Case in point, look at the enlargement example of the white reflection on the blue ball. Yes, Photoshop's bicubic algorithm has produced a blurry result, but Reshade has actually moved the edge of the white reflection closer to the dark edge of the ball. "Who cares? It's a reflection!," you say. Imagine the resulting distortion occurring in the enlarged images of the film shot by Mr. Zapruder showing JFK at the moment of his death.

I'm not saying don't buy Reshade. I am saying that all editors are inventing the contents of every pixel which did not exist in the original image, and users should be aware of and consent to the changes made by any editing process in any editing software. Small details matter, and, sometimes, the blur is more appropriate than the "sharper" line. Then again, sometimes the sharper line is best. If you have to change your image, then be sure to check your image afterwards, every single time.

Cheers!
Aug 17 2014 at 11:30am Copy Link
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