Keeping fit is the way foward
20th June 2005
Hey guys little photo editing question here. (hope got the rite place 4 it haha) Was watching CSI miami and they edited a photo … basically enhanced it when they zoomed in and reduced the pixels so they could see something in some ones eye’s … think it was eyes or glass’s 2 do with a crime im just wondering how you would reduce the pixels in a photo like that. I have Adobe CS4 so I dunno if u can do it on their or not?? I also remember leam Neason doing it in taken 2 c the reflection of the person taking the pic.
29th January 2007
Overall? They're talking bull:P
I think you refer to noise reduction - i.e. replace pixels that show "noise" with pixels that a program believes should be there.
Maybe these programs exists, but truth be told, your best way is to open a picture in two instances Zoom one in so you see individiual pictures and begin working and guessing how it should work. Ant work if you ask me.
13th July 2006
Ya I don't think cs4 has the ability to do something like that. If it was a vector image, you could do that because the graphic is based on a mathematical algorithm instead of physical (and set) parameters. It wouldn't surprise me though if technology did exist to .. fill in the blanks so to speak. I guess it would kind of be like mapping key points in an animation. I don't know how accurate something like that would be though..