Hi.... I own both a PnS and a DSLR camera. But as most of us are aware..... PnS camera shoots in 4:3 format while most DSLR uses the 3:2 format as in all 'normal' photos.
When I print my photos on my home printer.... the Canon printer will have a software to 'Crop' any 4:3 photo to just the right size for 4R or A4 size printing.
I crop my photo manunally with PhotoShop Element but can't always get the correct 3:2 format.... either just a little to high or too wide. Example, instand of 800x533..... I get 795x549 (something like that). I know the problem is because of me cropping the areas I wanted manunally..... therefore can't always get the correct, perfect ratio of 3:2......
Is there somewhere in PS that I could set a 3:2 setting, so that whatever area I decided to crop will always be in that format in the end ?? I understand that I could resize the photo to a more 3:2 size..... but that sometimes cause the shape inside the photo to change its shape and form......
Thxs for all and any information.