Hey all, my sister moved into her dorm and I thought it'd be fun to blow up one of the photos of my cat for her -- she's got one she took with a camera phone printed out and I want to remedy that -- and I want to try the enlargement process and do it 30x20 for her. I've got a 16bit, sRGB, .tiff, @350dpi - 3520x2347px, and its 10x6.7inches atm. I went into Photoshop (CS4), checked constrain proportions, and typed in the new width of 30inches and selected the "(Best of Enlargements)" option in the drop-down and Photoshop did its thing. before I spend 20$+ on this I thought i'd search through here but every time I did the majority of hits have to do with film enlargers, sooo I thought I'd see if anyone's got tips/workflows for achieving a 3x enlargement starting from the specs above while maintaining as much image quality as possible. If your suggestion involves a specific freestanding program or Photoshop plugin I'd appreciate it if the name and manufacturer were both there so I can find it quickly and accurately Links, Books, Google Search phrases are welcome, I'm certainly not against doing my own research (exactly what I'm doing as this gets read/responded to); I just figured I'd benefit more from the experience in these "halls." Thanks for reading p.s. I'll post the photo but it'll have to be an 8bit JPEG for Flickr, but I'll keep the size @original (to establish original image quality).