Super Resolution is an amazing new feature in Adobe Camera Raw that allows you to double the resolution of a RAW, JPEG, TIFF, or PNG. In Camera Raw, Right-click on the image and choose Enhance (like on the TV shows). A dialog will appear where you can choose Super Resolution. In a second (or many seconds if it’s a big file and you have a slow computer), a new DNG will be created with “Enhanced” in the file name. Nope, you can’t apply it more than once to an image. Nope, not even if you fool it by changing the name—nice try, though.
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