This is a photo I took at night by the Golden Gate bridge the last time I was in San Francisco. It’s ok. No big deal… But what makes it interesting is that I thought I’d try out a new plugin for Photoshop from onOne called Perfect Resize 7. I wanted to blow this image up to be able to print it 5 feet wide!
It worked like a charm, but what I found to be really cool was that when the resolution of the image was scaled upwards with the settings I used, it made the full sized version have this really cool painterly effect.
There is no way to describe it, other than to have you take a look at it. So click the small image above, or use this link, and you’ll download the full 18,000 pixel wide version of the image.
Let me know what you think! I thought it was pretty cool.
Pretty amazing stuff. I can’t tell you how many times I have taken an image that is too small to use effectively and now can blow it up to a size I can use without losing the resolution. This is great stuff, thanks!
Really awesome, any info on the settings used?
Eric Stratford says
I don’t see anything when I click the picture.
It appears to be a browser issue. If you click on the picture and only see a big white nothing then right-click on the white and save the image. It will open like a normal picture.