Fixerlabs Releases SizeFixer Trial

FixerLabs, developers of award winning software for digital image enhancement and enlargement, today released a full function trial
version of their flagship programme for image enlargement – SizeFixer. (Initially available only for Windows with support for Mac due soon.)

sizefixer

Based on their patented Super-Resolution technology, SizeFixer XL can enlarge images to A0 size and beyond with unprecedented levels of quality. SizeFixer is a stand-alone ‘upsizing’ tool for Photographers and Graphic Designers who demand the very best quality and features unique support for many of the very latest cameras using its LensFIT technology. Ideal for creating photo enlargements to submit to stock image libraries such as Alamy and Getty Images.

“I have personally tried SizeFixer XL and was astonished at the
results. This is far superior to other products on the market for
resizing images.”

Stan Ashbrook, Review Editor for the Photographic Society of
America Journal

SizeFixer SLR & XL are available to download or on CD direct from
FixerLabs (www.fixerlabs.com) or from most specialist retail outlets.

For further information on SizeFixer or other software products from
FixerLabs, or to request an NFR copy for review, email Chris
Bradley-Kidd at press@fixerlabs.com or phone on +44 (0) 1923
226655


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