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    Photoshop

    Photoshop is the best solution for me

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    OnOne perfec photo suite 7.5

    software onone resize recommend the best choice for photographers

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    Quote Originally Posted by riscar View Post
    There's no perfect software but closest one is PhotoZoom. You must take the best method for each case.
    • I use the 10% step scaling in Photoshop for photographs (Landscapes, portraits, ...)
    • Photozoom for lineal graphics and some detailed photographs
    • In the case of cartoons, sketched or text with a few colors i use Vector Magic to convert it to vector.
    This is essentially what I do.. I set an action to f5 that increases the scale 105%. I edit my canvas size to the size I need the graphic.. and just step and repeat until its the size I need it to be. Best results I have found so far.

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    I used to have fractals on my computer at work, I seemed to do the job.

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    Try Perfect Resize 7.5:
    http://www.ononesoftware.com/products/perfect-resize/

    It's a treatment even for an art images - if you need to resize them. Of corse only not very compressed images can be resize without a bad artefacts, but still it very good soft.

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    If you only have photoshop you can resample in small increments. For example let's say you have a photo that is 100 DPI and you are trying to get it to 150 DPI for large format printing, go up 10 DPI 5 times, until you are at 150 DPI. If you have batch of images to process this way make sure you record an action so you don't have to repeat this for every image.

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    I use Alien Skin Blow Up 3 but bear in mind that any enlarging software is not perfect . The result depends a lot on the image. If it's a photo then the result won't be good, some simple illustration could look fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suchychleb View Post
    Try Perfect Resize 7.5:
    http://www.ononesoftware.com/products/perfect-resize/

    It's a treatment even for an art images - if you need to resize them. Of corse only not very compressed images can be resize without a bad artefacts, but still it very good soft.
    This is a big help

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    I've always just used PS (set the dpi to 300, keep the pixels the same, and *then* resize) but I may check some of these out

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    i didn't knew that!
    tnxxxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarmike View Post
    If you only have photoshop you can resample in small increments. For example let's say you have a photo that is 100 DPI and you are trying to get it to 150 DPI for large format printing, go up 10 DPI 5 times, until you are at 150 DPI. If you have batch of images to process this way make sure you record an action so you don't have to repeat this for every image.
    There's also a batch editing feature in Photoshop so you can skip having to record an action :)

    I usually only use Photoshop if I'm scaling up by a small amount (4" or less).. it's easy for it to start looking fuzzy pretty quickly if you're only using the resampling option.

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