Genuine Fractals 6 Review

January 20, 2009 | Mark Goldstein | PhotographyBLOG | 4 Comments |

Genuine Fractals 6Do you want to drastically increase the size of your photos without sacrificing image quality? Are you frustrated by the results from Photoshop? Enter stage left, Genuine Fractals 6, the latest version of one of the oldest, most popular image enlargement programs around. Version 6 adds texture presets, gallery wrap function, batch processing, tiling for smaller printers and integreation with Photoshop CS4 and Lightroom 2. Genuine Fractals 6 is available in a Professional Edition and a Standard Edition for $299.95 and $159.95 respectively. Jon Canfield discovers if Genuine Fractals 6 is still “The Industry Standard for Image Enlargement”...

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#1 photoresizer

How does it compare to Blow Up 2?

2:57 am - Wednesday, January 21, 2009

#2 me

Making a statement like "is still “The Industry Standard for Image Enlargement”..." without any facts to substantiate the claim is quite shallow.

I have to echo photoresizer's comment:
"How does it compare to Blow Up 2?"

6:46 am - Saturday, July 4, 2009

#3 gil

i do not own a large format printer but i would like to produce poster size prints and beyond using GF6. if i create these images using GF6 and then opt to print them using a local print shop or a website like winkflash to produce my prints, exactly how would i save the image & transfer it over to the printing people to produce my image.

i created a 20"x30" image using GF, emailed it to myself, reopened the file, and the size of the image was gone. CS4 was not reading it as a 20x30 inch file anymore. I'm new to this software, so if you can help I would greatly appreciate it.

4:04 pm - Wednesday, July 8, 2009

#4 software developer

That was inspiring,

it works like a charm I have nevers such a thing with this quality

Thanks for writing, most people don't bother.

3:28 pm - Thursday, August 20, 2009