As I have learned while being on ATS, it is the need to prove your case and points, not to just openly say something and expect everyone to shout
hooza. You need proof, evidence.
In other words, post the blown up images!
Scientists or not, you need a shred of evidence that would help your case or build your hypothises.
Zooming on an image is generally a wasted effort. You can zzom all you want, and use sharpen or lighting techniques, and all you do is alter the
original. You are not zooming onto any fine detail, you are zooming onto the pixels within the zoom window.
As far as saving a zoomed picture... you can't. You could try "save as", and change the file name, but you will still save the same original
picture... because the picture is still in the painter program. A zoom feature does not alter the picture.
What I found to work best in cases like this is to use a program like Painter 3D... I am more familiar with this, so I hope other programs have the
same effects... what you want to do is NOT ZOOM, but RESIZE.
Resize takes the existing photograph, and "stretches" the image onto a new "canvas", to fit by size. For example, you can take your avataar
(150*150 pixels), RESIZE image (can be done by inches, pixels, percentages, whatever), and wa-la, the picture is bigger, still retains most of the
detail as the original (now you can sharpen or focus). Just remember to save as a different name, or else the original will be gnoe.
I don't just play a graphics designer on TV, I am one.