One of the most difficult aspects of using Imagener is learning to use the Resharp function in Imagener Pro and Imagener Unlimited. The Resharp function is one of the most important features of Imagener because it will allow you to improve any - and we mean any photo, whether you need to enlarge it or not.
The trick is to play around with the 3 values of the Resharp function: the Amount, the Radius and the Threshold. These represent complicated functions, but we wrote what we believe to be the world's simplest explanation for these three values - click here.
The Imagener interface allows you to interact with these three values over and over quickly - in this graphic notice the 'Auto' checkbox button. This is a feature exclusive to Imagener - when it is selected you can slide the bars for Amount, Radius, and Threshold back and forth to optimize the perfect crispness for your enlarged photo.
Read the article and then play around with these three values with a little understanding of what they do and you really can improve the look of any photo. Need further proof - see this article we wrote about "How To Make Enlargements Sharper." Really study the two photos and their differences, Resharpening photos with Imagener is truly amazing!