Adobe’s Super Resolution function, which intelligently upsizes our photographs in Camera Raw and Photoshop, debuted around this time last year. It’s a handy tool for making huge prints or enlarging old raw files, but the results will vary depending on the camera you used to shoot the photo.
While 60MP is presently the highest megapixel count for full-frame cameras, not all new cameras have that many pixels, and older raw files will necessarily have lesser resolutions. So, which photographs do you think Super Resolution works best with?
To discover out, we put shots from three different cameras to the test: a Canon EOS 5D, a Fujifilm X100V, and a Sony A7R III. The results are below. If you’re unfamiliar with Super Resolution, it’s available in Adobe Camera Raw 13.2, Photoshop, and Lightroom, but we’ve included a step-by-step guide for utilizing it with your photographs below.