Developing digital photos


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sha0ye

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why are the edges of my images cut off when i develop them into photos? does it have somthing to do with 3:2 ratio? isnt possible to prevent it from happening?
 

Nikonnew

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sha0ye said:
why are the edges of my images cut off when i develop them into photos? does it have somthing to do with 3:2 ratio? isnt possible to prevent it from happening?

If they are important shots where you used the full area of the pic, just crop it yourself using PS at 4:3 ratio, assuming you are printing 4R. If you are lazy to crop, just ask the printer to print full print, but that will leave you with 2 borders at the shots ends.
 

heroneo99

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germ_boi said:
This question has popped out countless times.

There's a search func for a reason.
sha0ye is new member, dun think he/she knows that it was asked countless times.

I thought we could be nicer to newbies of CS. Might be better if can suggest the "search" in a nicer way.

Jus my thoughts
 

lsisaxon

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sha0ye said:
why are the edges of my images cut off when i develop them into photos? does it have somthing to do with 3:2 ratio? isnt possible to prevent it from happening?
Tell the shop you want to "Fit-In". But if the image has a different aspect ratio from the print size, then you will get some white borders. For me, I prefer the white borders to having parts of the image cropped off..
 

Snoweagle

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I think basically is to have your images taken at 3:2 ratio. This way when developing 4R photos, the pics will not be cropped.
 

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