A New Review for Genuine Fractals

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!

By the way, in case you are curious. The top photo is from Patagonia. The bottom one is some doors here in Austin in downtown… can anyone identify where exactly?

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GF Interface

Door Before zoomed out

  • Thanx! and great photo by the way!

  • casusan

    Super! The colors look so clear and vibrant!

  • I’ve been a Genuine Fractals user for a few years, now, and their results continue to amaze me. I use it mostly to enlarge tight crops for wedding photobooks and albums. You know the ones…Aunt May standing in a corner Cousin Mary-with lots of clutter in the foreground. Only choice is to crop out the rest, and all you have is a tiny postage stamp worth of pixels to fill a double page spread. Genuine Fractals is the only answer for something like this!

  • I did a review on the GF plugin for the OnOne suite a few weeks back and couldn’t agree more…great amazing quality. OnOne was generous enough to also contribute the entire plugin suite for a giveaway over at the Learning Digital Photography podcast too, and there’s still a week or so to get your best entry in – $500 value too!


  • I think the name of the place in Austin where you got the pix of the stickers on the doors is Wahoo’s Fish Tacos, located in the Sixth Street district. Pix 52-54 in this gallery are some I got with my D700 that look very similar —

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