Adobe's newest version of Photoshop comes with an intriguing feature in the Camera Raw dialog, Super Resolution, which promises to leverage machine learning trained on millions of images to upsize images to quadruple their original resolution. Does it hold up to its promise? This excellent video takes a look at the new tool and how it performs in the real world.
Coming to you from Brian Matiash, this great video takes a look at Adobe's new Super Resolution feature, which promises to double the number of pixels in both the horizontal and vertical dimensions, thereby quadrupling the overall resolution — a literal "enhance" button. Such a feature has a huge range of potential uses. Wildlife or sports photographers, who often have to significantly crop photos, could use it to recover detail in images. People shooting with low-resolution sensors could use it for producing large prints. Landscape photographers could use it simply to add more detail to a shot. After being trained on millions of images, it seems the tool has some serious potential and could end up being a popular feature for a wide range of photographers. Check out the video above for Matiash's full thoughts on the new feature.