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    cell pictures

    hi there , recently we had a chemistry class ,in which we were required to copy down some eqautions and work on it as our home work , but me the wise guy took out my camera cell and clicked a picture of the equation .well later i moved it to my computer but now i cannot make what was that i actually clicked ., and i deleted the picture from my cell .so is there any way that i can enhance the picture??
    i use a sony erricson k 700i,

    and not only for that i also want to enhance the pictures i take of my friends, the resolution is low and the picture is too small. is there no way that i can make it at least a normal size one.any s/w available for that?

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    Easiet i can think of right now ( i woke up literally 5 minutes ago), you can go to MSPaint and click Edit -? Strecth SKew and enter like 200 percent to double the size.
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    I use some free software called Irfan View to manage/manipulate my digital camera pictures. It allows you to resize and sharpen images.

    You appear to be talking about writing, so you might get a better result if you convert the image to greyscale or black and white, and set the contrast to maximum. Be sure to make a copy before you start playing with it

    The link is here:

    http://www.irfanview.com/

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    I dont believe the edit option in MSpaint will do much than make it look like crap, Rule of thumb is you can shrink a picture and keep the quality or even make it better but enlarging it will make it look worse.
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    try photoshop..

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    email your teacher or a classmate and tell them that your dog ate it and you'd like a copy of the class notes. simple, low tech solution.
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    well that i already did , but still the question remains that is there no way that i can make the picture large with out actually loosing the resolution ? irfan view was a good tool i kinda liked it , but is there no tool dedicated in doing this? i seen some one getting the pictures of a baby printed which he shot froma cel phone, what tool did he use? juss wondering

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    OK,

    Please understand that I know absolutely nothing about the inner workings of cellphone photography.

    I have messed around with conventional photograpy for over 40 years now...............the digital stuff for around 8 of them

    Please take a picture of a brick wall, a newspaper or whatever............save it from your device and PM (AO personal message system) it to me, or even just post it............we will need to know the original format........

    Then we can have a go at enhancing or whatever...........

    I might be able to help, but I need an example to experiment with. You might have options on resolution and format of saving files, so you might have to give us several examples?

    Cheers


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