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Thread: Perfect Resize OR Blow up OR Photozoom which one is best?

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    Try Photoshop

    I think, whatever software you are using the result will be a little better than Photoshop. Photoshop is now very powerful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by javers View Post
    I think, whatever software you are using the result will be a little better than Photoshop. Photoshop is now very powerful.
    Photoshop uses basic resizing - the plugins in question use guesswork to rebuild an image depending on the pixels besides it. You'll never get Photoshop to be as close as that - I mean, these plugins use dozens of settings to let you control how it resizes the images. Photoshop has none except choosing what type of resize it does. Sure, resizing it with Photoshop is enough for blowing up pictures for print since it avoids the pixels showing up but it won't keep edges of letters sharp and so on.

    Example:



    On the left Photoshop, on the right Perfect Resize 7. Big difference don't you think?

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    I tried a few different options and settled on OnOne's Perfect Resize.

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    Here's a review of photo resize that should be able to answer most if not all of your questions. http://blog.kenkaminesky.com/onone-perfect-resize-software-review/

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    Perfect Resize is smarter, I think.

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    Photozoom Pro work well with me if I need soft detail blow ups.

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    +1 for Perfect Resize formerly Genuine Fractals Print Pro, gave Best results in the Past.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Majestic12 View Post
    Photoshop uses basic resizing - the plugins in question use guesswork to rebuild an image depending on the pixels besides it. You'll never get Photoshop to be as close as that - I mean, these plugins use dozens of settings to let you control how it resizes the images. Photoshop has none except choosing what type of resize it does. Sure, resizing it with Photoshop is enough for blowing up pictures for print since it avoids the pixels showing up but it won't keep edges of letters sharp and so on.

    Example:



    On the left Photoshop, on the right Perfect Resize 7. Big difference don't you think?
    WOW, I have no words. Downloading :)))

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