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Re: Resizing for big prints - Topaz AI Gigapixel
« Reply #20 on: February 10, 2019, 07:35:15 AM »

Yes, Topaz has really done a good job of integrating AI to this software to enlarge images without losing any details.

I have tried out the trial version software on images shot from my Canon1DX Mark ii camera and also on my smartphone. The results have come out pretty good.

It is useful for all those who are in the habit of doing big size prints.

It is really useful to me since I do bird photography. I can easily crop out the portrait shot of the bird shot at a distance and apply AI Ggapixel to get a good clean portrait image of the bird.

My comparison with Photoshop and AI Gigapixel over here: Topaz AI Gigapixel review
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« Reply #21 on: February 10, 2019, 12:38:36 PM »

I was testing some paper for a new review and as part of making a few A2 sized prints I went back to some older images.

One particular Canon 1Ds file (11MP) showed the difference in using AI GP just for part of the image.

This (animated gif) shows some detail of a bit of some mountains enlarged with AI GP compared to a simple bicubic enlargement.

Whilst AI GP is a bit of overkill for many modern 50/100MP images it's been rather useful for some of my older 1Ds/1Ds III images, but definitely needs using with care over RAW processing settingsand what parts of the image you use it on.

I've several more examples at http://www.northlight-images.co.uk/printing-low-megapixel-images/

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