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Old 27 January 2010, 23:48   #1
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Where can I get this image full resolution?

Hi all, bit of an unusual request, but I was wondering if anyone knew where I could get a full resolution of this image: http://www.riverbills.com/pic_of_the...boat_crash.JPG

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Old 28 January 2010, 00:25   #2
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I suspect only by having the original photograph and re-scanning it.
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Old 28 January 2010, 03:52   #3
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I am not sure if the original photo would have much more resolution, if you did manage to track it down and re-scan it then all you would see is graininess.
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Definately need the original picture, however it can be tweaked in Photoshop by adjusting the levels and then resharpening.
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What size would you need it? I might be able to up scale it trying different software and algothrithms.
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image reserlution

yes you can talk to a pro lab. such as co lab in coventy .they will brake it down into component pixels & fill in the missing spaces this takes time & will cost therefor ask for quote
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Old 28 January 2010, 05:54   #7
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yes you can talk to a pro lab. such as co lab in coventy .they will brake it down into component pixels & fill in the missing spaces this takes time & will cost therefor ask for quote
Over priced and over rated.
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Old 28 January 2010, 08:15   #8
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Thanks guys. JSP, it is to go on a leaflet promoting safety awareness. We thought it was a good eyecatching image and will get people's attention.


It doesn't have to be huge but good enough to fill half of a DL size leaflet (I think its DL size, you know the long thin standard leaflets?)

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Thanks guys. JSP, it is to go on a leaflet promoting safety awareness. We thought it was a good eyecatching image and will get people's attention.
Thats a shame, I thought you were going to say you had just bought one of them

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It doesn't have to be huge but good enough to fill half of a DL size leaflet (I think its DL size, you know the long thin standard leaflets?)

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DL is an envelope size for an A4 sheet folded in three - standard letter style. I think your image as it is is near enough - but play around using something like Irfanview (Image - Resize/Resample) and see if you can improve on what you've got. (It can be set to sharpen the image as the size is changed.)

But I think for standard printing that image would come out OK as it is on the format you want
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