Technology Idea!

New Here ,
May 26, 2010

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Good day.

It is a well known fact that when we take images and increase their sizes in pixels, it isn't such a great idea

once you cross a particular threshold. For example, to increase a 300 pixel wide image into 800 pixels is a

dreaded idea...even in Photoshop because of the artifacts produced.

I believe that as a bat programmer myself, I have discovered a way to make such an increase without any

artifacts whatsoever.

I would be interested in an Adobe prepresentative contacting me about my idea. If not, I welcome any interested

software party. I've researched other software programs that claim to have the miracle answer but unfortunately

they still fall short of the glory.

You can contact me here: [email address deleted by host]

Thank you,

D Rivera Jr

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Technology Idea!

New Here ,
May 26, 2010

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Good day.

It is a well known fact that when we take images and increase their sizes in pixels, it isn't such a great idea

once you cross a particular threshold. For example, to increase a 300 pixel wide image into 800 pixels is a

dreaded idea...even in Photoshop because of the artifacts produced.

I believe that as a bat programmer myself, I have discovered a way to make such an increase without any

artifacts whatsoever.

I would be interested in an Adobe prepresentative contacting me about my idea. If not, I welcome any interested

software party. I've researched other software programs that claim to have the miracle answer but unfortunately

they still fall short of the glory.

You can contact me here: [email address deleted by host]

Thank you,

D Rivera Jr

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LEGEND ,
May 27, 2010

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How ever good your idea may be, you won't get far advertising in this forum, which is a place to discuss comments on the support forums.


You need to contact Adobe itself or at least ask in one of the Photoshop forums.


http://forums.adobe.com/community/photoshop?view=overview


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