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originally posted by: theGleep
I have long wondered if it might be possible to get a good result by stacking "treated" copies of the same image...like stacking a "sharpened" copy with a "blurred" copy and a "smoothed" copy and the original.
"11 + 7-bit lossy compression scheme"
originally posted by: brace22
a reply to: Biigs
I think you mis understood my friend. I know you can zoom in and process in current technology. I do it every day. But you cannot process X amount of pixels and make them look as if that was the original (In JPEG. I am talking JPEG, not RAW)
I want to know why, what law of physics is stopping us creating technology?
I wouldn't say it doesn't matter, but other than that comment, you guys are both looking at the same thing from two different perspectives and neither one of you is wrong.
originally posted by: tridentblue
This stuff doesn't matter, getHyped.