If you want to make a large print of a small photo, what you really need is a good zooming tool to enlarge your image whilst maintaining quality.
PhotoZoom uses its own S-Spline XL developed technology to perform the task. Fitted with simple yet powerful tools in a slightly bloated interface, the application gives you many ways to zoom in and change the size of your image. After you've opened a picture in PhotoZoom, you can rotate, flip and crop it until satisfied with its arrangement.
From the side menu on the left you can easily zoom in and browse onto your image thanks to the navigation box and set the size in different metric settings. However the more interesting features are the resize methods and new sizes. PhotoZoom offers 11 different resize methods including bi-cubic, bilinear and mitchell. You can also adjust image size to specific TV settings like NTSC or Pal, HDV or desktop for your computer. PhotoZoom even includes a very thorough list of print presets such as envelope, sheet or tabloid. These come in very handy if you know exactly what you want to use your image for.
Overall, we were satisfied with the application's performances. One little nag we had with it though was the slightly overwhelming interface, which can scare novice users away at first sight.
Despite the interface, PhotZoom is a good solution to resize any image to a specific format.