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Old Jul 16, 2011, 3:09 PM   #11
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That's cause i used the digitally zoomed image as the basis to align them in the image editor, just added it as a new layer and set its opacity to 50%, aligned, set the opacity to 100% again, and then saved.

Imho it's obvious that the image cropped and interpolated on PC isn't straight out of the camera =/.

It just keep the exif of the image that i used as a basis to align and crop... the first two images weren't modified at all, they are the originals from the camera. if you want you can crop and interpolate the first image to see if you achieve other results, or you can just take you own pictures.

My workflow is simple, i opened the digitally zoomed image in an image editor, added the image without digital zoom as a layer, interpolated it by 4 times (400%), aligned with the digitally zoomed, and saved. The only image that's not straight out of the camera is the one interpolated on PC.


EDIT: Bicubic interpolation

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