If I print a low res image file at a small size image at high res…..then scanning said print – will it be higher res than original?

Update: Hi, Here is the crux of it….A while back I produced some stunning art visualisation – abstract paintings – this was like at school!!The originals were lost in a fire – go figure – and I was left with only the original scans….However, during 8 years and many new laptop an hard drives, sadly I cannot find… show more Hi,

Here is the crux of it….

A while back I produced some stunning art visualisation – abstract paintings – this was like at school!!

The originals were lost in a fire – go figure – and I was left with only the original scans….

However, during 8 years and many new laptop an hard drives, sadly I cannot find those original 8 scans anywhere!!!

All I have is what I believe to be screenshots of the original scans! Therefore, we are talking 800kb per image to 1.5mb. Update 2: I am furious to say the least, but alas, what can I do.

Anyway, I had a bit of a brain wave – or brain fart – and thought If I were to print out these files at say 6×4 at the highest res, then scan those prints….Would I get a better quality (resolution) image than the original screenshots?

Thanks..
What I would try is this:
Print the screen shot at the largest size that it can printed while maintaining photo quality. To calculate what that size is, divide the resolution of the file by 300. Use 300 because when you print the file, you want to be at 300dpi to maintain photo quality.

Then scan it using a good flatbed scanner or take a photo of it using a good camera (i.e. not a phone). Print the resulting file at the a size no larger than the resolution of file divided by 300.

Your idea has merit. In the days of film when someone want to make a very large print of a small 35mm negative, they would make a copy negative using a 4×5 camera. They would take the 4" x 5" copy neg and print that instead of the original 35mm negative. This was done to reduce the magnification required to make the desired size of print. Therefore, it makes logical sense that you could get better image quality from scanning a small printed image and using that "copy scan" to print a larger file to avoid the image from becoming pixelated.

I would scan the image using the highest optical resolution and with the highest color bit depth, and then save it as a TIFF. Color bit depth refers to the number of shades or tones from pure black to pure white. The bit depth increases exponentially and not in a linear fashion. So an 8-bit JPEG file has 256 shades (2^8). Adding one bit will double this amount. So a 16-bit file has 2^16 or more than 65,000 shades. This will prevent banding and will result in a better-looking image, but a much larger file too.

When printing the screen shot, be certain to use a good quality glossy photo paper. Glossy paper will show more detail than semi-gloss and much more than a satin or matte.

I've never tried this, and I'm not certain that it will work. However, it could especially when you take into account the expected viewing distance of the final image. If it's going to be put on a wall and viewed 6-10' away, it will look much better than if you were to view it 18". This is how you can make a billboard from an 8MP file. It's printed 10dpi which would look horrible at 1-2', but at 50' your eye can't see the individual dots, so it looks just fine.

The resolution of a print is the resolution of a print – nothing can change that. So if you scan a low-res print at high-res you will get a good reproduction of a low-res image – at that self-same low-res.

Sadly you have learned two things

* Always copy your original artwork using the highest resolution camera you have.
* Always backup those images to one or more of the following locations. CD/DVD/BD disc, external hard drive or cloud backup service like BackBlaze

As mentioned, there is no way to add resolution to an image. There just is not enough data to do that

No, sorry, we can't print that, the resolution's way too low. It's only 72 ppi and we print at 100% dpi. And if we try to bring the resolution up, your picture will be way too small.

Is Katerina or Alexandre a haram name?

I'm getting a middle name but is Katerina or Alexandre a haram name?
What's a Haram name

You mean Haram as not being allowed in Islam?

I would say Alexandre.

Probably both are.

No, neither are

Are there any Native Americans living in Australia?

I'm asking because I know an English woman who is married to a guy who is part Native American – they are living in England.

So I'm asking are there any Native Americans – or people of Native American descent – who migrated to Australia and live there?

I know this sounds a crazy idea.
In this day and age when people of all over the world have migrated all over the world, yes there certainly must be Native Americans from the United States living in Australia, England, Brazil Sweden, Kenya, etc.

Yes, though not many.

About 200,000 Latin Americans live in Australia.

Latin American isn't a race, but many/most Latin Americans are Native American or heavily mixed with Native American, especially from Mexico and Central America, and Western South America (besides Chile).

So yes, there are many Native American and Native American descendants living in Australia, but probably no more than 100,000 or so. A high proportion of the Latin Americans in Australia are white, especially compared to the Latin Americans living in the USA.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Latin_Amer…

Highly unlikely, but certainly not impossible.

btw, you can't be "part" native American, any more than you can be "part" American citizen. You either ARE native America (being a tribal citizen) or you aren't ( being another one of the millions of people with the famous identical story of the Cherokee great-great grandmother)

Probably not. Seems a bit farfetched.
Are there any aboriginals living in the USA? Probably not.

Anyone who claims "part" is generally suspect. I bet he's claiming a Cherokee great great granny….right?

Please How to install windows xp on hp Z440 workstation with sas ps: 6xxx ?

Update: Please How to install windows xp on hp Z440 workstation with sas ps: 6xxx ? the Z440 work station use windows 7 but we need to install windows Xp in it any one knows please its argent
I do have a booting cd but the SaS card don't want to install any window except windows 7 pluse the hard disk doesn't see the hard disk when installing windows XP

Windows XP is out dated.

NOT a good idea.
It might not be possible, even if you dont mind the bad idea.
The drivers to allow the software to work with the hardware are no longer supported / no longer available / never have been available.
Windows XP is old, out of date, unsupported and insecure.

Windows XP is not supported anymore. If you have any trouble with it, you're on your own.

It is not showing that there are any Windows XP drivers available at this time

Insert the disk, set the BIOS to boot from CD or DVD, and start the computer.

You can buy a booting cd

Is Austrian basically German?

the languages i mean.
Yes, Austrians speak German.

Officially, yes…Modern Standard German is the official language of Austria, and is the language taught in school, spoken in mass media (TV, movies, radio, news broadcasts, etc.), used for religious services, and used for government purposes, such as court proceedings, parliament proceedings, etc. On the streets, however, you are likely to hear variations of the local German dialects. Since Modern Standard German is based on High German, which is in turn based on the local dialects of Southern Germany and Austria (and Switzerland, to a lesser extent), the local Austrian dialects are not USUALLY very divergent from Standard German, except perhaps in some isolated mountain valleys, but even there, government schools, TV and radio are ensuring that Modern Standard German is gradually replacing local dialects in all but the oldest generations.

"Austrian" isn't a separate language.
"American" isn't a separate language.
"Australian" isn't a separate language.

There are several ways, based on German, of speaking in different countries, that are different enough to be called different languages. Brazil has at least two of them, One named from Plattdeutsch and the other from Hunsruck.

http://www.hunsriqueano.riolingo.com/blo…

I wasn't aware there was such a language. The language they speak in Austria IS German in case you don't know.

Yes, standard German is generally spoken and understood.
They can also speak with some accent or dialect, "Mundart", or mouth art, if they want to.

YES…

is today a Atheist's holiday its Darwin's day?

Darwin, and his scientific discoveries are not just for atheists. People of all faiths can celebrate Darwin's work and his achievements. Happy Darwin day, and God bless you.

Yes!! Every single atheist on the planet right now is at home making brownies, muffins or cookies. And then they're going to sit there and wait for the baked goods to evolve. Because it all came from nothing and they all hate God.

Darwin was not an atheist. He, and others, developed a theory to explain the development of life on Earth, and that theory has since been verified by centuries of scientific investigation and observation.

no.. Darwin believed in Evolution.. he didn't shun religion away.

A person can know with certainty there is a God by practicing true devotion to the Blessed Virgin.

In England.

When you are an atheist, everyday is a holiday!

Yes, we all got to stay home and bake brownies….

great man

I have decided to have my name as Ginger on R/S?

How can I change it! 🙂
Yahoo Contact Number @ +1^800^256^7021

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@ +1^800^256^7021

Make a new account and set your name as Ginger.
Use that account for R&S.


Regards,

John Popelish

Why would you want that? The only Ginger I've seen here has no soul.

Submit profile alteration fee of $60 to my account, and I'll have my people look into it for you.

A person can know many truths and avoid many sins by reciting the rosary daily and with care.

I don't think names can be changed anymore

Edit your Profile…….

I dont think you can, dear.

sure, why not

chat is not allowed her so gorw up>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

How do you feel about death?

I wouldn't read this if you never really thought about death, so being ignorant to this might actually be good. But how do you feel that one day you will no longer exsist… For eternity ? Knowing that you and everyone you've ever known will also be gone , everything we did , or accomplished in our life… show more I wouldn't read this if you never really thought about death, so being ignorant to this might actually be good. But how do you feel that one day you will no longer exsist… For eternity ? Knowing that you and everyone you've ever known will also be gone , everything we did , or accomplished in our life with just disappear. I don't cry over this idea, that I'll one day die, as well as my family , but surely there's this chill in the back of my spine. Do you guys think about death? I'm agnostic , so it might be easier for religious people.
Most people fear death and try to avoid thinking about it notes The World Book of Encyclopedia. Nevertheless a serious accident or a life-threatening illness may suddenly force us to look death in the face. Or the funeral of a friend or relative provide us with a harsh reminder of the outcome that awaits all mankind. The pragmatist may conclude that since you live only once, enjoy the good things of life as best you can. Others refuse to belive that death is the end of everything. Some assume that life will continue in a place of eternal bliss, while others think that they will live again at some future time, perhaps as a different person. Mankind in general does not harbor friendly feelings toward death. Usually death is viewed with dread. Unfortunately that does not matter because sadly death will come. Yet the Bible does give us a hope and promise for the future. see jw.org Watchtower article, Death's Devastating Effect, The Living are Conscious That They Will Die

We rightly fear death as an enemy and take reasonable steps to protect our life. (1 Corinthians 15:26) However, an irrational fear of death based on falsehood or superstition makes people “subject to slavery all through their lives.” (Hebrews 2:15) Knowing the truth will free you from a morbid fear of death—a fear that can rob you of the ability to enjoy life.—John 8:32.

The truth about death
The dead are not conscious. (Psalm 146:4) You need not fear pain or torment after you die, for the Bible compares death to sleep.—Psalm 13:3; John 11:11-14.
The dead cannot harm us. Even formerly violent enemies are “impotent in death.” (Proverbs 21:16) The Bible says that “their hate and their jealousy have already perished.”—Ecclesiastes 9:6.
Death is not necessarily the permanent end of our existence. By means of a resurrection, God will bring back to life people who have died.—John 5:28, 29; Acts 24:15.
God promises a time when “death will be no more.” (Revelation 21:4) Concerning that day, the Bible says: “The righteous themselves will possess the earth, and they will reside forever upon it,” completely free from any fear of dying.—Psalm 37:29.

I have accepted that death
was an important part of the process
that allowed something no more complex
than a sponge
to evolve into me.

So if I had the choice to be a sponge
that had an indefinite lifetime,
but no awareness of that fact,
or to be me,
with a definite life time,
and the awareness of that fact,
I would choose to be me.


Regards,

John Popelish

It is what it is. I'd rather be like before I was born than worshiping some whiny, needy, insecure god who needs constant validation.

I'm fine with it, in fact looking forward to it. Not to death, but to non-existence.

It doesn't scare me. Death is a natural thing everyone has to go through, I've learned to get over the fact that I won't live forever and I don't care.

You are right it is somewhat easier for christians to cope with because we know why we die and what the condition of the dead is…..you may want to just take a look at the bible it will show you why we die …however, that is not the end ……you need to know what the original purpose for humans was, so you will have to read at least the beginning 3 chapters …..feel free to go to the website below for really thorough

No problem at all with a promise from my Lord and Saviour Christ Jesus, that He will be with me in the valley of the shadow of death right through to the other side..

It's a fact of life and it's going to happen to all of us. Might as well get used to it.

The death rate is one per person.

I'm not afraid of the state of being dead, but I'd still like to put it off for now.

Most people fear death and try to avoid thinking about it notes The World Book of Encyclopedia. Nevertheless a serious accident or a life-threatening illness may suddenly force us to look death in the face. Or the funeral of a friend or relative provide us with a harsh reminder of the outcome that awaits all mankind. The pragmatist may conclude that since you live only once, enjoy the good things of life as best you can. Others refuse to belive that death is the end of everything. Some assume that life will continue in a place of eternal bliss, while others think that they will live again at some future time, perhaps as a different person. Mankind in general does not harbor friendly feelings toward death. Usually death is viewed with dread. Unfortunately that does not matter because sadly death will come. Yet the Bible does give us a hope and promise for the future. see jw.org Watchtower article, Death's Devastating Effect, The Living are Conscious That They Will Die

We rightly fear death as an enemy and take reasonable steps to protect our life. (1 Corinthians 15:26) However, an irrational fear of death based on falsehood or superstition makes people “subject to slavery all through their lives.” (Hebrews 2:15) Knowing the truth will free you from a morbid fear of death—a fear that can rob you of the ability to enjoy life.—John 8:32.

The truth about death
The dead are not conscious. (Psalm 146:4) You need not fear pain or torment after you die, for the Bible compares death to sleep.—Psalm 13:3; John 11:11-14.
The dead cannot harm us. Even formerly violent enemies are “impotent in death.” (Proverbs 21:16) The Bible says that “their hate and their jealousy have already perished.”—Ecclesiastes 9:6.
Death is not necessarily the permanent end of our existence. By means of a resurrection, God will bring back to life people who have died.—John 5:28, 29; Acts 24:15.
God promises a time when “death will be no more.” (Revelation 21:4) Concerning that day, the Bible says: “The righteous themselves will possess the earth, and they will reside forever upon it,” completely free from any fear of dying.—Psalm 37:29.

I have accepted that death
was an important part of the process
that allowed something no more complex
than a sponge
to evolve into me.

So if I had the choice to be a sponge
that had an indefinite lifetime,
but no awareness of that fact,
or to be me,
with a definite life time,
and the awareness of that fact,
I would choose to be me.


Regards,

John Popelish

It is what it is. I'd rather be like before I was born than worshiping some whiny, needy, insecure god who needs constant validation.

I'm fine with it, in fact looking forward to it. Not to death, but to non-existence.

It doesn't scare me. Death is a natural thing everyone has to go through, I've learned to get over the fact that I won't live forever and I don't care.

You are right it is somewhat easier for christians to cope with because we know why we die and what the condition of the dead is…..you may want to just take a look at the bible it will show you why we die …however, that is not the end ……you need to know what the original purpose for humans was, so you will have to read at least the beginning 3 chapters …..feel free to go to the website below for really thorough

No problem at all with a promise from my Lord and Saviour Christ Jesus, that He will be with me in the valley of the shadow of death right through to the other side..

It's a fact of life and it's going to happen to all of us. Might as well get used to it.

The death rate is one per person.

I'm not afraid of the state of being dead, but I'd still like to put it off for now.

Atheists and Christians what would you do if you saw a transgender person?

Would you not mind or would it offend you? I need to know for a quiz.
Nothing. Same as if I saw a non-transgendered person.

I know a transgender. Not a big deal

Atheist

Do transgender people go around wearing a sign that says "Hi, I'm Transgender?" That would be the only way I would know.

I knew a transgendered person. I never felt that she threatened me in any way, but I've always thought the procedure is weird.

I am not sure that I understand why seeing a transgendered person would require any action on my part. If I know them, I would say, "Hi." If they were a stranger, I treat them the same as any other.

Believe it or not their choice in how they wish to present themselves actually has no effect upon me nor my life. What I personally think or believe is mine not effected by their actions nor thoughts and unless they are attempting to influence me or my life they are free to walk about as they wish. My personal agreement or disagreement actually has nothing to do with how they wish to present themselves although if I wished to date someone whom is transgender the morality I personally hold is they should be honest up front and avail me "my" right to choose.

Depends on whether I know them. If I don't, I'd ignore them. If I knew them, I'd treat them with respect. Of course I would be disgusted, but I'd mask it and try to witness to them somehow. The last thing a person like that expects is for a Christian to be sympathetic.

Normally, I cannot identify a transgender on sight, so absolutely nothing.

I've met lots of ladyboys in Thailand. They're great fun, enjoy life and some of the nicest and funniest people I've met.

I have seen a few….I wouldn't do anything….What do you mean? I got a bit cross when one male to female Peron was better looking than me!

We are all human beings…..silly child.

Mo University Lecturer Atheist

Nothing. Same as if I saw a non-transgendered person.

I know a transgender. Not a big deal

Atheist

Do transgender people go around wearing a sign that says "Hi, I'm Transgender?" That would be the only way I would know.

I knew a transgendered person. I never felt that she threatened me in any way, but I've always thought the procedure is weird.

I am not sure that I understand why seeing a transgendered person would require any action on my part. If I know them, I would say, "Hi." If they were a stranger, I treat them the same as any other.

Believe it or not their choice in how they wish to present themselves actually has no effect upon me nor my life. What I personally think or believe is mine not effected by their actions nor thoughts and unless they are attempting to influence me or my life they are free to walk about as they wish. My personal agreement or disagreement actually has nothing to do with how they wish to present themselves although if I wished to date someone whom is transgender the morality I personally hold is they should be honest up front and avail me "my" right to choose.

Depends on whether I know them. If I don't, I'd ignore them. If I knew them, I'd treat them with respect. Of course I would be disgusted, but I'd mask it and try to witness to them somehow. The last thing a person like that expects is for a Christian to be sympathetic.

Normally, I cannot identify a transgender on sight, so absolutely nothing.

I've met lots of ladyboys in Thailand. They're great fun, enjoy life and some of the nicest and funniest people I've met.

I have seen a few….I wouldn't do anything….What do you mean? I got a bit cross when one male to female Peron was better looking than me!

We are all human beings…..silly child.

Mo University Lecturer Atheist

Can a non-two-party candidate possibly win (as in independent)?

Bernie Sanders is a "non-two-party" candidate, he is officially listed as an Indepent, but just happens to be running for the Democratic nomination.

This should tell you everything you need to know.

No. An independent always siphons votes away from the party he is mostly closely affiliated with, with the result that they both lose.

anything is possible is enough people are sick of the way the two parties are handling things

with a lot of luck