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    Best result on JPG enlargment?

    Hi there, just wondering what work flows are used to get the best result when enlarging JPG images from web/mobiles etc... typically sub 1 mega-pixel images with artifacts.
    I've always used Alien skin's 'Image Doctor' to clean artifacts and 'Genuine Fractals' to enlarge. I was wondering what you guys use and if you know of a better solution?

    Cheers,
    Rich

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    RE: Shapening plugins.

    You can try Sharpener Pro 3.0 is the latest version by Nik Software, also Noise Ninja, Photokit Sharpener Pro. Power Retouches' Sharpness Editor, Advanced sharpening can be done with FocalBlade, but needs alot of tweaking imho, there are tons and tons of sharpening plugins out there, but I think if you have the one that NASA uses for the Hubble Telescope images. I think that one works pretty good but takes a long time to apply to your picture. I forget exactly which one but you'll know when you use it. Hope this helps you out.
    The MacMeKanik =o).

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    Hello you can also try AKVIS Magnifier which is a great tool to enlarge small images without quality loss (better than photoshop)
    Flexisign user

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    my export to corel 300dpi is good

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    Image Doctor is usefull plug, i like it too.
    Also i use Neat Image plug-in and Imagenomic Noiseware Pro plug-in to suppress color and chromatic noise on JPEG images.

    For images enlargement i use Benvista PhotoZoom. IMHO, it is the best software for this operations…

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    oh yeah there is a lot of issue for "enlargment"...
    Flexisign user

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    I perspnaly like an "akvis magnifier" for this task

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    My regular enlargement (pixel interpolation) tool is OnOne Perfect Resize - really easy to crop and resize at the same time.

    But for low-res jpegs specifically, I find Benvista PhotoZoom Pro gives the smoothest and most pleasing result.

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    One of the greatest options you have available on the market is Adobe Photoshop and it will always be.

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    I agree about Adobe photoshop, is the best program for photo editing , i like corel also but not like photoshop

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    Benvista PhotoZoom Pro v 4.0.6

    Quite successful in this regard

    [URL="http://www.filesonic.com/file/57796673/Benvista_PhotoZoom_Pro_v_4.0.6_Portable.rar"]Here [/URL]or [URL="http://www.fileserve.com/file/vAnvdA2"]here [/URL]you can try to download.

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    Always used photoshop to enlarge, ive blown 1mp photos up to 3 metre high prints with great success.

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    Topaz DeGpeg + PhotoZoom pro

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    Photozoom Pro 4 is great.

    You can find it on this post:[URL="http://www.printroot.com/forum/f20/photozoom-4-pro-portable-plugins-3975/"]http://www.printroot.com/forum/f20/photozoom-4-pro-portable-plugins-3975/[/URL]

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    You can use Alienskin BlowUp, Onone PerfectResize or Photozoom plugins for Photoshop to get a better result.

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