How To Sharpen An Image In Illustrator | [tutorial] How To Fix, Unblur And Resize Images Using Illustrator And Photoshop.

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[tutorial] How To Fix, Unblur And Resize Images Using Illustrator And Photoshop.

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Hey, guys, where’s a seeker here and today? I’m gonna be showing you a really cool trick Between Photoshop and illustrator on how to actually make a small image or layer that has a brush and a reddish glow forever. Reason if you want to turn that into a crisp edge, you can easily do so so, um, here. We’ve got two m82 images right to the exact same image, so basically, they couldn’t issue with Photoshop. When you scale things up is it’s a bitmap. So when you scale things up basically goes blurry now you should be able to see. How blurry is you’re going to tell the difference? It’s just horrible. Things start to go pixelated and blurry. Okay, and then what we’re also going to do is going to create a new way. When you do a brush, you go say it would make a make it black about this brush here, and maybe we want it to change some bits, so we’ve used some eraser when we’ve set the hardness, right, so you’ve got this kind of thing going on, okay, and if you’ve maybe done that, and you want it to be crisp like the rest is brushing like. Oh, gotta hear that. Okay, so we’re going to do three different things here. What – you got this image? We want to get it as big as the one on the right, but keep it. So the quality is on the left. Okay, how do we do this? Make sure the correct layer is selected in the layer’s panel. Go to the rectangular marquee tool. You’re going to let’s quick draw a rectangle around it. I’m going to go edit copy, and you go to illustrate so illustrator is required as I mentioned before. If you can make control V, I’ll go to edit and paste and you’re going to drag this into the middle. Whatever and we’re going to do is you’re gonna want the image trace window now? If you don’t have this little window image trace, just click it and make sure it’s got a tick next to it. And yeah, and I have to go so basically, what it does is. This converts a bitmap image to a vector, which basically means it recalculates all the colors, all the pasts, everything whilst you scale it and all that something basically draws the lines. Okay, so if we go here, say, if we want this to become a silhouette, it’s going to do that because the image is just black is no transparency to it or anything there’s never like, yeah, basically, but so you can do all sorts you can do liner. You can do all this, you know, sketched. That’s more of what the silhouette effect Maybe you’d look for in this sort of image and shades of gray. Now you’ve got all this ring you up all these templates where it starts to? Actually, you can see how it’s actually getting rid of colors. Now you thinking how can you edit a color on an image? That’s there and put cause under it. What’s what it’s doing it? It’s getting rid of certain colors that exist in it and breathe, calculating and redrawing and re measuring things up to make it actually like a brand new image sort of thing, and when it what we want for, this is high, If Lily folks, all we want to do is make it crisp, make it shout rewrite the JPEG image, which is a bitmap into a vector. So you can mess with things. You can give it a more colors, but because it is only like free. What focus? This is not really going to do anything. If you slide this down, pass form, then it should of done it with the atom. In most cases. It what you would see a lot more difference. When there’s, you know, a very vibrant or multicolored image, and then you’ve got posture, you can choose how many paths, Sarah and like it starts to merge it. Maybe it makes it a bit smoother, a bit more flow a little bit. It’s whatever for now. I’m gonna leave as default because you want to try. Keep it accurate. See, original image now you can see their difference in the original image every time I click preview or enough now it doesn’t look like it’s changing at all, which is exactly how we want it, and because it’s just it’s crisp as it is a lot size. Which is you great because we haven’t rescaled it yet, so it might lytic leave that. So what you want to do is if you’re previewing it, you want to uncheck it and then you can trace it. Okay, then we undo. Is you only go to object and expand, okay, and this expand window will open up. If you want to open that, we go and we’re just going to click. OK, now you start to see all these paths. So basically, if you go to layers, you’ll see all these layers, so basically what you can do if you really wanted, you can start taking a little bits out of it. You can start modifying this image, and, and maybe you can also move things, so say, if you want me to. You got this in, you can actually move things about. You can modify the anchor points as well and it’s all it’s all really cool anyway. We don’t need all these layers. All we want. Is this object? So you’re going to go to the group object and you shouldn’t click the little circle to the right. So it’s got like a little line around it. I know, basically all this will be blue and all we need to do, is you? Can you go to edit copy? Go back to Photoshop paste this in, put it it’s pixels and there you have another copy, but the thing is, it’s going to be the same problem. If we scale this up, it’s so going to blur. Okay, so you need to do is your markup illustrator and do basically scale what’s up in illustrator and look, it’s Super Crystal because it basically redrawing the lines. It scales. You make sure you select it. Edit, copy. Go back to Photoshop paste, its pixels and boom. You have this amazingly detailed version. You can see the difference here between the Christmas now, officer. This is a bit smaller. If you really wanted to, you can make it even bigger. I could just drag this out even more even more like huge, Okay, It’s all selected which editing copy again whole do this will paste it in am boom. You have this version, which is a bigger than that one, and it’s perfectly crisp. And obviously, if see some weird things going on, you see you see this. This isn’t actually caused by. Yeah, but this shows. How accurate is right, lets. Get rid of this for now, you see here? There is like kind of weird thing that illustrator can do that, however, that is actually there on the original version and it’s got weird stuff going on. So if you see these things in actually, this one, this example is not actually caused by illustrator and sensor, but that can happen in rare occasions. Depends what image you’re working with, and but you can see. There is crisper’s each other and all that good stuff. So if we get back to this, see what as weird thing here now. It could be quite different, depending on how much brush you’ve use for, say if we 22 copying. Pearson, edit, copy, lets. Get rid of that! For now. Let’s get here, lets. Get bit okay, and okay, see, you got this, and you want to go to high fidelity for maybe, and you see what kind of shading or maybe want to go to silhouette. Basically, it’s just going to trim ale, just like that and colors is going to basically where the original colors were on. The image is going to start. Chop them out, okay, If you wanted it to be thinner and thinner or tall, based off where this is see in the shading is basically loads of different tones of gray, so it’s taking the original image and basically letting you crop flower. Obviously you might you walk. They just controlling this pipe if you’ve got like a few parts and like that, it’s going to do all of them in the same way, it’s going to affect them all in the same way. Believe all that makeup. This weird looking thing here, okay. Obviously you can add passion stuff again. That just kind of modifies if you want it to be serious like this, and it’s like, really ragged and horrible, like, maybe you’ve got like it on the steady hand. Just bring it in boom. It’s like smooth path like a snake all over and again this can modify. You can modify it a little bit more. You can add some noise. Get rid of some noise. Whatever, and now uncheck the preview, trace it, but object expand, then select. It lied about that. Edit, copy back here. Paste it as pixels and boom. You have the two versions here. Let me just get them like having next to each other. Basically, because you have very nice, flowing line, sort of warm with horrible, jagged in it and stuff and pixel like deformation. Basically, you are smoothing it out there, and you know, even this part here where there’s like a bump in the brush, that’s just smooth down into that, so it’s really good and it can be used in many ways like this. So if this starts oil helped in any of these ways, you know, helping with resizing in layers and objects and images and whatever or maybe it helps like stroke and a path would be a lot more smoother and kind of flow a lot more. Please leave like it over. Help a lot and see you guys in the next video.