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    Default Crop to aspect ration

    Hi,

    Just got PS2 but still don't know how to crop a picture to a selected aspect ration like 4R, 10R etc. Appreciate your input, Thanks.

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    Default Re: Crop to aspect ration

    3R = 3.5" x 5" (1,050 pixel x 1,500pixel)
    4R = 4" x 6" (1,200 pixel x 1,800 pixel)
    5R = 5" x 7" (1,500 pixel x 2,100 pixel)
    6R = 6" x 8" (1,800 pixel x 2,400 pixel)
    8R = 8" x 10" (2,400 pixel x 3,000 pixel)
    S8R = 8" x 12" (2,400 pixel x 3,600 pixel)
    10R = 10" x 12" (3,000 pixel x 3,600 pixel)
    S10R = 10" x 15" (3,000 pixel x 4,500 pixel)
    Last edited by Squid; 9th October 2006 at 12:13 AM. Reason: Correct info for 3R photo size

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    Default Re: Crop to aspect ration

    Thanks for the info, but exactly how to crop to that ratio when you click and drag ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by apman View Post
    Thanks for the info, but exactly how to crop to that ratio when you click and drag ?
    type the ratio in the textbox at the top of the screen... just below the menu

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    Default Re: Crop to aspect ration

    Here the reference of photo prints sizes and ratios.



    Quote Originally Posted by Squid View Post
    3R = 3" x 5" (900 pixel x 1,500pixel)
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    Please note that 3R print size is 3" 5", not 3" x 5"
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    Quote Originally Posted by apman View Post
    Thanks for the info, but exactly how to crop to that ratio when you click and drag ?
    Check out this thread in the link below. Use the crop tool or the rectangle marquee tool. I use both methods mentioned in the thread, depending on what I need. When I make GIFs, I use the rectangle marquee because I want to maintain the same magnification of the subjects for the 3 or 4 pictures which I use to make the GIF.

    http://forums.clubsnap.org/showthread.php?t=174737
    Last edited by Clockunder; 8th October 2006 at 06:19 PM.

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    Many Thainks for all the useful tips, I got it now. Cheers !

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    just to check, for the aspect ratios described above, if i were to print it landscape instead of portrait, then i would have to invert it? i.e. 4R -> Aspect ratio 3:2 for landscape

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    Quote Originally Posted by radura View Post
    ...... if i were to print it landscape instead of portrait, then i would have to invert it? i.e. 4R -> Aspect ratio 3:2 for landscape
    Yes. The ratio for 4R landscape is 3 : 2 while 4R portrait is 2 : 3

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