How to Enlarge Your Photos with ON1 Perfect Resize 7.5 11
If you want to print your photos in large sizes, you might be worried about losing quality and detail. That's where ON1 Perfect Resize 7.5 11 comes in handy. This photo resizer software uses state-of-the-art technology to enlarge your photos without sacrificing sharpness or texture.
ON1 Perfect Resize 7.5 11 is the latest version of the industry-standard photo enlargement software that was formerly known as Genuine Fractals. It works as a standalone application or as a plugin for Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, and Elements. It also integrates with ON1 Photo RAW, the all-in-one photo editor that gives you everything you need to organize, develop, mask, and resize your photos.
In this article, we'll show you how to use ON1 Perfect Resize 7.5 11 to enlarge your photos and get stunning prints every time.
Step 1: Open Your Photo in ON1 Perfect Resize 7.5 11
You can open your photo in ON1 Perfect Resize 7.5 11 in several ways:
If you have ON1 Photo RAW installed, you can right-click on your photo in the Browse module and choose Send to ON1 Resize.
If you have Photoshop, Lightroom, or Elements installed, you can launch ON1 Perfect Resize 7.5 11 from the File menu or the Filter menu.
If you want to use ON1 Perfect Resize 7.5 11 as a standalone application, you can double-click on its icon or drag and drop your photo onto it.
Once your photo is opened in ON1 Perfect Resize 7.5 11, you'll see a preview of it on the left side of the screen and a panel with various options on the right side.
Step 2: Choose Your Output Size and Resolution
The first thing you need to do is to choose how big you want your photo to be and what resolution you want it to have. You can do this by using the Document Size section on the right panel.
You can enter the width and height of your photo in inches, centimeters, millimeters, or pixels. You can also choose from a list of preset sizes for common print formats, such as letter, A4, poster, etc.
You can also enter the resolution of your photo in pixels per inch (ppi) or dots per inch (dpi). The resolution determines how many pixels are printed per unit of length. The higher the resolution, the sharper and more detailed your print will be.
A good rule of thumb is to use a resolution of at least 300 ppi for high-quality prints. However, depending on your printer and paper type, you might need a higher or lower resolution. You can use the built-in presets for different printers and papers to get the optimal resolution for your print.
Step 3: Choose Your Resizing Method
The next thing you need to do is to choose how ON1 Perfect Resize 7.5 11 will enlarge your photo. You can do this by using the Resize section on the right panel.
You can choose from three resizing methods:
Genuine Fractals: This is the original and most popular resizing method that uses fractal-based algorithms to create natural-looking enlargements.
Perfect Resize: This is a newer resizing method that uses machine learning to analyze and enhance details and textures in your photo.
Progressive Sharpening: This is an optional feature that applies sharpening to your photo based on its size and resolution. It helps to preserve edge detail and reduce noise and artifacts.
You can adjust the settings for each resizing method by using the sliders below them. You can also preview how each resizing method affects your photo by using the zoom tool and the compare tool on the left side of the screen.
Step 4: Apply Additional Adjustments (Optional)
If you want to make some additional adjustments to your photo before printing it, you can use the other sections on the right panel. e0e6b7cb5c