Magnifying an image in Photoshop CS3?

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I'm new to photoshop cs3.

How can I magnifying an JPG image so that it's not all blurry?

I can't find any tools in Photoshop to do this right!

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Answered By 10 points N/A #133822

Magnifying an image in Photoshop CS3?

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Hi,

You don’t want your image to get blurred, follow these steps:

  1. Open your image and press “Ctrl” and “+” to zoom that in until it gets blurred.
  2. Then click on “Image” from the menu bar and choose “Image Size”.
  3. On the Dropped down menu, check “Resample Image”, “Constrain Proportions” and “Scale Styles”.
  4. Then Click on the Drop-down menu that shows “Bicubic” and change that to “Bicubic Smoother.”
  5. Then change your picture’s dimensions (for large-format) to 300 pixels/inch.

Your image would not get blurred on zooming after that.

Thanks.

Answered By 10 points N/A #133823

Magnifying an image in Photoshop CS3?

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Hollis,

When viewing photos in CS3 its is sometimes very easy to see them blurred, especially when they are magnified.  to help get rid of this blurriness you will need to bring up the photo's features and make sure you are using a high resolution as well as no chroma subsampling. 

These two features should help to eliminate your blurriness.

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