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  1. #1
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    Up-sizing in ACR

    I have been going through Jake's amazing collection of video tutorials and learning a great deal about PS CC and LR. Unfortunately, I have PSE 13 so most of it does not work for me which is rather frustrating.

    In the tutorial on up-sizing in ACR Jake makes reference to a hot link in the bottom centre of the screen that allows adjustment of the pixels in the crop. I cannot find this link in PSE so I guess it is specific to PS.

    Is there any way to achieve this crop enlargement at high pixel counts in PSE or do I have to buy the full blown package? If I do, the Tamron 150-600 just got further away!!

    To Jake, a huge thank you for some excellent tutorials.


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    Re: Up-sizing in ACR

    Have you or can you update to the latest ACR file? I have never used PSE so not much help to you. Also it is not really directly for upsizing a file. It is more for cropping a photo and maintaining the original file size. In a way it is upsizing in a backward sort of way. I use it especially when I plan on cropping a photo a lot. Like in a Bird in Flight photo. Helps in the final look of the photo.
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  3. #3
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    Re: Up-sizing in ACR

    I have not watched the tutorial by Jake, and if you can't find the answer you're looking for, I have used this software: Perfect Resize 9.5 ? onOne Software

    Works beautifully! I have successfully up-sized to 1.5 meters from quality small (due to cropping a distant target) raw files.

    Don't know if this helps, but it is great software.
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    Re: Up-sizing in ACR

    Up-sizing in ACR
    No its not in PSE but in regular PS. As other said there are other apps out there that will do upsizing. OnOne suite is my goto app and much quicker now at version 9.5. Also even in PSE you can have a choice in opening an image even if it other format (tif,jpeg,etc) in Camera RAW. On a mac while in PSE or PS its open then choose at the bottom. See an image I have included. In Windows its Open As.
    Up-sizing in ACR-screen-shot-2015-04-24-7.43.42-am.png Up-sizing in ACR-screen-shot-2015-04-24-7.42.30-am.jpg PSE camera RAW Up-sizing in ACR-screen-shot-2015-04-24-7.44.19-am.jpg Photoshop full version has that feature and more tab's.
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  5. #5
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    Re: Up-sizing in ACR

    I haven't watched the video you're referring to but it sounds like Jake was referring to making an adjustment in Adobe Camera RAW and you can open files in ACR if you have PS Elements.

    In PSE on a PC, go to the File Menu and select "Open As". On a Mac, you will go to Open and make sure to change the "Open As" or File Format field at the bottom of the window. In both Cases, you will select “Camera Raw” from the "Open As" menu option. This will open your image in ACR (works with both JPG and RAW files, btw) and the hyperlink Jake is talking about is probably the one at the bottom of the screen.
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    The hyperlink at the bottom of the ACR window
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    The above hyperlink then opens this dialog box
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    Or I could be totally misunderstanding what's being discussed... Happens all the time.
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  6. #6
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    Re: Up-sizing in ACR

    No misunderstanding Paul, that hyperlink is exactly what I'm talking about. I have opened many files (RAW and jpg) in ACR in PSE 13 and that hyperlink does not appear on the screen. This is in Windows 7.

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    Re: Up-sizing in ACR

    @BackdoorHippie used to have Elements although I can't remember which version. If he still has it installed on his mac, hopefully he can give you more info on the hyperlink.
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    Re: Up-sizing in ACR

    Quote Originally Posted by canuck257 View Post
    No misunderstanding Paul, that hyperlink is exactly what I'm talking about. I have opened many files (RAW and jpg) in ACR in PSE 13 and that hyperlink does not appear on the screen. This is in Windows 7.
    Well that's just weird... I'm running Windows 7 as well, though, I don't have PS Elements. Still, if you can open ACR you should be able to see the Workflow Options hyperlink. When you open ACR in PSE do you see, in the upper left corner, what version of ACR is running?
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  9. #9
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    Re: Up-sizing in ACR

    Quote Originally Posted by Horoscope Fish View Post
    Well that's just weird... I'm running Windows 7 as well, though, I don't have PS Elements. Still, if you can open ACR you should be able to see the Workflow Options hyperlink. When you open ACR in PSE do you see, in the upper left corner, what version of ACR is running?
    No, I edited in a screen shot while you were compiling this question as you can now see. No version information.
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  10. #10
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    Re: Up-sizing in ACR

    Quote Originally Posted by canuck257 View Post
    No, I edited in a screen shot while you were compiling this question as you can now see. No version information.
    Well... According to this manual for PSE (page 91) you just don't have the option. You have bit-depth, but no actual Workflow Options dialog and hence, no hyperlink.

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