Genuine Fractals Review

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    I put together a Genuine Fractals Review. This is a great tool for increasing the size of a photo without losing many details. I'm sure many of you have tried this with Photoshop and the like, but you probably didn't know what you've been missing. After stretching in Photoshop, you may twist your head a little and say, "Yeah that looks pretty good." That's what I did for years! And then I gave this program a whirl and I was really amazed. Below are a few images from the review... but you can see all the goodies inside. Enjoy!

    BTW, you can see that this "crop" above is already almost 6000 pixels across, and it was a small portion of the image below.

    Emteehed, Visha~~AWAY..VERY BUSY, and 25 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Boris Mitendorfer Photography 70 months ago | reply

      It is great improvement, to use fractal algorithms in real life for photo enhancements. Perhaps camera manufacturers can also use some knowledge on that? We will see in a future.

    2. gsp100677 70 months ago | reply

      This is amazing...great photo/s, and very informative comment from you too! Interesting tool...thanks for sharing Trey!

    3. jllinko 70 months ago | reply

      That is just amazing, beautiful image, and thank you very much for all the information/techniques you have passed on. I am starting to play around with HDR and am very excited about it!!

    4. Adriano Bitencourt 70 months ago | reply

      Mais um belo trabalho! Excelente edição! Belíssimas cores!

    5. D M Cooper [deleted] 70 months ago | reply

      I think the original image is quite spectacular. Since I don't know how to use all the tricks and tools you use, couldn't I just use a longer lens?

    6. GR58 70 months ago | reply

      Totally amazing work!!!!!!

    7. Baileyblack 70 months ago | reply

      I've heard great things about genuine fractals, you've provided proof positive it far exceeds anything photoshop can do. Great image too!

    8. Ernie Fischhofer 70 months ago | reply

      Good to know Trey; was considering the software for work ... thanks for sharing! A gorgeous image :)

    9. @rup 70 months ago | reply

      love this version of the crop...... awesome

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      Seen on my Flickr home page. (?)

    10. Brian Fatura The AZ Fatman 70 months ago | reply

      amazing/interesting stuff - thx for the info & review

    11. Arshofersh [deleted] 70 months ago | reply

      great work.

    12. diego_russo 70 months ago | reply

      thanks for teaching and showing us, maestro!

    13. purolipan 70 months ago | reply

      You don't have an idea of how much I have learned from you. Not only from your tutorials, but from watching your pics. As a matter of fact, all my (humble) HDR pics, were made after your teachings and advise. Thanks a lot! : )

    14. alison lyons photography 70 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing... and great image BTW!

    15. Gaurav Dinesh 70 months ago | reply

      This is Classic!

    16. frumbert 70 months ago | reply

      i love the crop too

    17. Commune de Saint-Thonan 70 months ago | reply

      I never increase the size of a picture!

    18. Light-n-Simple 70 months ago | reply

      thanks mate, for the tip and letting us see your amazing work.

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