Print Cropping

Most of our photographs were shot on a 2:3 ratio. In order to print in the different paper sizes, some cropping is necessary (Cropping will remove part of the picture to fit a size). When the main intent of the photograph or its overall appearance is compromised, we have eliminated the offending paper size from the options. However, some sizes especially 8x10, 8.5x11, 16x20 and 17x22 will have the most cropping. The sequence of photos below illustrate this cropping for all sizes.

This is the full image as displayed in your computer:

This image is cropped for 5x7 printing, minimal cropping on the width only:

This image is cropped for 8x10 and 16x20 printing, significant cropping on the width, but the intent is still there:

This image is cropped for 8.5x11 and 17x22 printing, again fair amount of cropping, but the intent is there:

This image is cropped for 11x17 printing, minor cropping:

This image is cropped for 13x19 printing, almost no cropping needed:

As you can see, the cropping was mostly on the width of the image. This picture is in landscape mode and most of the cropping is on the width of the image. For Photographs in portrait mode, most of the cropping will be necessary on the height of the image.

Again, When the intent of the photograph is lost because of cropping, the offending size has been eliminated from the options.

We aim to please you, if in doubt about how a photograph will show on your chosen size, please let us know and we will be happy to show you the outcome.

Questions? Please contact us, we will be happy to answer all your questions.

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