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how to fix low resolution photos

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by metzgurl412, Aug 11, 2012.

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  1. metzgurl412

    metzgurl412 Thread Starter

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    I have a dell laptop with windows xp. I am trying to make a photo bokk order from a website. It seems almost are my photos are saying its a low resolution photo. I am wondering if there is anyway to fix these photos or no?
     
  2. Peano

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    Fix them in what way? What's wrong with them? If you mean converting a low-resolution image to high-resolution, that's a no.
     
  3. metzgurl412

    metzgurl412 Thread Starter

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    Yeah i think thats what i mean. i cant put most of the pictures i want to use in a photo book to be mailed to me because the pictures say low resolution so they will print with very poor quality. i was wondering if there was anyway to change the resolution of these pictures.
     
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    Only if you have the originals will you get truly hi-res images for your book. There are specialist plug-ins for Photoshop that say that they do this and they aren't bad BUT the original images are the best way to go. Alien Skin Blow-up is one such plug-in, do a Google for "Fractal photo resize" and there are a few links there that may be worth trying.
     
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