Blow Up: Introduction

This is a brief introduction to Blow Up 3. You'll hear and see what the program does and what it's capable of doing. To learn more about Blow Up 3, watch the Getting Started video.

Blow Up: Lightroom

Here is a further explanation about the three different modes in Blow Up 3.

Blow Up: Getting Started

Learn to use Blow Up 3 like a pro with this tutorial. This is the best place to start.

Blow Up: More about Modes

Here is a further explanation about the three different modes in Blow Up 3.

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The Exposure X Bundle Touches Down April 19th!

Our Photo Bundle will be released as the Exposure X Bundle on April 19th. The new version integrates the workflow between Snap Art, Blow Up and Exposure X. Save almost 60% on these great software titles by buying the bundle.

OS X El Capitan Compatibility

All of Alien Skin Software's apps are compatible with OS X El Capitan.

Creative Cloud 2015 Compatibility

Alien Skin products are compatible with the Creative Cloud 2015 release.

Photo Enlargement: The Great Resolution Hoax

Upon emerging from Penn Station my gaze immediately focused on a fantastic billboard mounted to the side of a large building. Swarms of commuters hurried past as I took a few photos. Steam from the subway system swirled around me, but I stood motionless. It wasn't the actual scene I was intrigued in, but the way the poster challenged how we think about photo enlargement and resolution. From street level, determining the precise size of the ad was difficult. I'd guess it was 8 x 10 feet. Though in this case the actual dimensions didn't really matter. Put simply, it