When I resize a picture to make it bigger in Photoshop CS4, the photo goes all blurry. How can I correct this?

Question by Bean: When I resize a picture to make it bigger in Photoshop CS4, the photo goes all blurry. How can I correct this?
I have no idea how to use photoshop..
Myst, what the hell does that mean? Not much help are you?
Why do I have photoshop? Why do you think?
I didn’t add that its an old photo taken on a film camera that I scanned onto my computer.

Answer:

Answer by ~Myst~
Anything will go blurry unless it’s a Scalable Vector (svg).

Q&A: Photoshop Brush not looking correct?

Question by CoffeeOwl: Photoshop Brush not looking correct?
Hi, I know this might be an annoying topic, my brush isn’t looking what it’s suppose, for example the downloaded brushes, the brushes already included, tried resetting the setting; no good. Every Brush I use it acts as though I have the “noise” effect on and scatter around the edges, and for example when using the “sparkle” looking brushes it just looks like a pixelated splatter. 🙁 you can clearly see the pixels and I have played around with the opacity and so on, and also blending option..no luck. 🙁
Update:I was stupid and I had it on “dissolve” option at the top, I’m sorry for being so stupid

Answer:

Answer by Grim
Have you looked at the brush options?
Go to Window > Brushes
Look through the settings and have a look. I wish I could help, but I need a bit more info ;[

Q&A: When I resize a picture to make it bigger in Photoshop CS4, the photo goes all blurry. How can I correct this?

Question by Bean: When I resize a picture to make it bigger in Photoshop CS4, the photo goes all blurry. How can I correct this?
I have no idea how to use photoshop.
I should add, its an old photo taken on a film camera that I scanned onto my computer.

Answer:

Answer by fhotoace
You don’t really need Photoshop to do that. You need to 1) shoot at your cameras highest resolution, 2) fill the frame in the camera so you don’t later have to throw away any of the image file and 3) make sure all your images are shot so not subject or camera movement causes blur

Spending $ 700 or so on CS4 to “fix” mistakes made in the camera is not a good economical strategy. Better so spend your money on a second lens and learn to use your camera to get the shots in the camera … an not need to use any photo program to fix mistakes

Q&A: How do I correct debugging in Adobe Flash CS4?

Question by jps: How do I correct debugging in Adobe Flash CS4?
I am working on a template menu in Flash CS4. I messed up somewhere, I think doing Debugging. I no longer can see the menu text options like Home, About Us, etc. BUT when I run the Debug movie, I can see the options. How do I correct this? Thanks so much!

Answer:

Answer by Jobin
http://www.boddunan.com/component/content/article/35-software/302-debugging.html?directory=3

more about debugging

Photoshop CS4 Brush tool & Stamp tool do not reflect the correct size of the area affected.?

Question by mooser53: Photoshop CS4 Brush tool & Stamp tool do not reflect the correct size of the area affected.?
To see an example of this cursor problem go to this site and see the Photoshop Brush Problem photo. http://www.flickr.com/photos/84392724@N00/
or
http://www.flickr.com/photos/84392724@N00/3267849409/
The cursor is the size of a quarter but the area affected by the brush is like the size of a dime. There is a similar ratio regardless of the brush size, big or small. Also note a characteristic of this unwanted brush is that the outline is very jagged, not a smooth circle. This makes it impossible to do detailed work when one is not sure where the brush alteration will occur. I have seriously searched hours to remedy this issue……. The photo is just a stamp tool cloning a black roof to the sky to show the small area affected vs. the brush size. I use CS4, and no pen tablet.

Best answer:

Answer by Diane B.
I think you’d get better answers by posting this in the Software subcategory (under Computers & Internet), or in the Photography sub-sub-category (under Arts & Humanities > Visual Arts).

Otherwise, go to the a forum that deals with Photoshop or with photography (at the Adobe site, or just google it to find others).

HTH,

Diane B.

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