Printing Software Choices

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Mud123
Mud123 New Member • Posts: 15
Re: Printing Software Choices
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GreatWhiteWing wrote:

Mud123 wrote:

If you have Photoshop, you can do this using clipping masks. This was my first attempt. They look really nice on canvas.

There are some excellent videos on youtube - just search on "triptych". The technique works for any number of images.

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Bill
I started with nothing; I still have most of it.

That looks interesting. One thing I have people rave about qimage was it's algorithm for enlarging images where I have PS needs to use multiple smaller steps and still not as good.

Did your image require upsizing? I will look at the refs you supplied when I can more than a few minutes

Thanks

I upsized the original image in OnOne Resize, which IMHO has the best uprezzing algorithm.  I've been using it for a very long time, from when it was originally called Genuine Fractals.  I printed the image (as I do for all my prints) using Qimage.  I have also used Qimage for over a decade, and highly recommend it to everyone.

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Bill
I started with nothing; I still have most of it.

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