hmmm what's the normal crop?? isnt 4R a 4:3 crop??:dunno:Castlesinthesky said:You're using a 4:3 crop aren"t you?
hee first time doing a border too... dunno whats the rule of thumb...Prismatic said:The border could be a tad too strong
i was trying a tighter crop for a more focused layout... but jeff mentioned it makes the model look short... ha ha... i notice that in fashion mag the crop are quite tight, with little or even no headroom.. (i.e. cutting the head even... ;p ) anyway thank you my dear brothers... will try harder...lemontree said:#1...more headroom please? hee...
oh no... teacher then how..?? if i take this to print 4R what would be the consequence?? distort?? cropping??:dunno: then if remain in 4:3 what format should i print in??~Arcanic~ said:pns are usually in the 4:3 ratio, while dslr/film are in 3:2 ratio.
and iirc, 4R is 6" by 4", so that would also be a 3:2 ratio..
yo XC, hi hi... you on IA now right?? weekend should be free right?? find some day we go shoot la... heard peg tua you??;p find some day we juo her again bah... btw found some purple pipes somewhere... nice background... maybe going there to shoot some friends... :sweatsm: oh ya btw, im trying to crop as little headroom as possible according to your advice..Splutter said:Hey james, haven't seen you for so long! I think #2 works best for me, just that the highlights are blown. I'm not too in line with the hand grabbing border type of PS work too coz I don't think it achieves anything. Keep shooting man!
ok thanks, noted...light said:The way your crop the picture with her finger protruding alittle out of the frame for #4 is interesting, the same doesn't work for #2.
#4 can be crop off more on the left side ( the side you place the copyright)