Photos taken using your digital camera and DSLR do not always appear the way you want to be. At times, they appear somewhat smaller compared to what you have imagined. Facing such problem, the response would be to enlarge them into bigger image. However, given that images are made up of pixels (little colored squares), the task could be even be more challenging without picture enlarger software.
Doing the editing manually, using sophisticated products like the Adobe Photoshop can eat up your time since pixilated photos are almost impossible to resolve—unless you plan to edit the details manually.
The problem is practically hard to solve unless the raw image is in high resolution. Most software—even the Photoshop—cannot enlarge an image with an accuracy beyond 250 percent enlargement. The tendency would normally reflect on the photo being blurry or pixilated.
Furthermore, if the image is formatted in medium to low resolution, the harder it is to solve the problem. Since again, as mentioned earlier, photos that are pixilated in low to medium formats are hard to enlarge due to its resolution.
However, there are still some ways on reviving the photo using picture enlargement software like the Batch Picture Resizer. The software employs a revolutionary algorithmic method that aims to preserve the details present on the photo.
The task of picture enlarging using the Batch Picture Resizer allows you to sharpen the details of your images. It can help you magnify the photo with the details remaining with its original clear and distinct details.
Unlike other photo enlargement tools, this resizer helps you by up scaling the images easily using interpolated algorithms, which refers to the non-trivial process of manipulating the pixels by making it more increasingly visible.
What is more is that you enlarge photos in multiple formats. The software is compatible with all major image formats from JPEG to BMP to those that lesser known such as CRW and CR2.