If you work with graphics you know that if you increase their size, the images will appear blurry. That’s why you often see pixelated images on the web, especially on older blogs. As screens get bigger, the old images look more pixelated due to their small size.
So what do you do if you have a small graphic you want to make bigger without losing quality? In the past, the only option was to delete the old image and find a bigger one.
Recently someone sent me a link to a new tool designed to solve this problem. It’s a new free online service from Stockphotos called Upscaler. It uses AI and can take any image and upscale it without sacrificing the quality.
It’s a simple and extremely easy way to make images larger online for free. There are no complicated settings. You upload the image and in a few seconds, you get an image that’ is twice the size of your original one. The resized image I tried, even looked better and sharper than the original.
After you upscale the image, you can download it and use however you like. You can use it on social media, blogs, or anywhere else you need bigger size graphics. Very handy, if you want to reuse some of your old images that are too small.