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  • LX-A343
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    Your question has been answered here:
    http://forums.jetphotos.net/showthread.php?t=44854

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  • threeunder
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    Is it "between" or "either"

    AJ:


    The ratio explanation remains a bit soft. I've seen the word "between" used a couple of different times when y'all are describing the size ratios for photos. For example, if I submit a photo that is 1024 pixels wide, should it be between 683 pizels high and 768 pixels high? Or should it be either 683 pixels high or 768 pixels high?

    Michael

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  • CcrlR
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    Originally posted by Joop
    I have a question: I recently bought Photoshop Elements 6.0.
    When cropping there is an option to 'use photo ratio' (from the original photo).
    When doing so and resizing/saving (keying 1024, using contraint proportions) it doesn't always give me a 1024*783. How to make sure I get the correct ratio and what are the margins to 'play'with?

    Thanks for your feedback,
    Joop
    Uncheck Constrain Properties and it should work for you. Just type it in and see what will happen. It will not measure itself and you should not see any linkage between the two.

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  • seahawk
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    We have an allowance for that in the screening process.
    Last edited by seahawk; 2008-06-25, 06:44.

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  • Powercube
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    Originally posted by LX-A343
    Well, easiest would be: crop away 1-2 pixels at the left or the right

    Two pixels more or less is OK. We noted, that shots taken with some Nikon DSLR are resized to 1024x681 instead of ...x682 or ...x683. Weird things happen sometimes....
    You know, you always forget about "Nikon math" until it stares you right in the face. Thank you for clearing that up

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  • LX-A343
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    Well, easiest would be: crop away 1-2 pixels at the left or the right

    Two pixels more or less is OK. We noted, that shots taken with some Nikon DSLR are resized to 1024x681 instead of ...x682 or ...x683. Weird things happen sometimes....

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  • Powercube
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    Let's say I finish working on a photo that I cropped in aperture and resized in CS2 and I notice it comes out at 1600x1065. I can only assume this has to do with the conversion between floating point math and integer math (unless CS2 uses the FPU to resize, I really can't remember- I'm a pilot now not an engineer). Is such a shot acceptable, or do I have to go back and find a method of cropping that will make it 1600x1067? I tried resizing to 1200, but it came out at 1200x799, and then just to annoy me 1024x684. I noticed Seahawk's earlier reply, but is there a difference for two mere pixels?

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  • Joop
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    I have a question: I recently bought Photoshop Elements 6.0.
    When cropping there is an option to 'use photo ratio' (from the original photo).
    When doing so and resizing/saving (keying 1024, using contraint proportions) it doesn't always give me a 1024*783. How to make sure I get the correct ratio and what are the margins to 'play'with?

    Thanks for your feedback,
    Joop

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  • LX-A343
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    please give some more details next time!

    Gerardo

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  • maxyuh
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    Please advise,

    1024 X 760
    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject_b.php?id=1651570

    1024 X 749
    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject_b.php?id=1651568

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  • tomas_cubero
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    Stefan,

    Thanks for the advice, understand it perfectly now, my latest shots in the queue are all between 795px and 810px wide.

    Thanks!
    Tomas.

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  • LX-A343
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    What is the size of the original photo?

    Originally posted by Joop
    Hi,

    I have Photoshop Elements and I always use the 'constrain proportions' option.
    So I key in 1024 and it automatically resize it into proportion.
    Still my photo got rejected
    (http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject_b.php?id=1639376)
    ( http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject_b.php?id=1639329)

    Any advice?

    Thanks,
    Joop

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  • col1962
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    Originally posted by LX-A343
    This ratio is common in TV but nor really in photography. These shots would also work with a 3:2 ratio.

    Gerado
    Sometime down the line this is one that might want to be reconsidered.

    Some of the new camera models coming on to the market are supporting the 16:9 format, as people start viewing photos (and hooking up their PC's) on their plasma/LCD widescreen TV's I can see this becoming a popular format.

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  • seahawk
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    You do crop before ?

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  • Joop
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    Hi,

    I have Photoshop Elements and I always use the 'constrain proportions' option.
    So I key in 1024 and it automatically resize it into proportion.
    Still my photo got rejected
    (http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject_b.php?id=1639376)
    ( http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject_b.php?id=1639329)

    Any advice?

    Thanks,
    Joop

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