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I'm a novice when it comes to printing and could use some help. I'm planning on printing an 8x10 of a particular picture and I went into photoshop to resize the picture for printing. The problem I'm having is that I have to crop so much of the picture to get it to 8x10 that it ruins the picture. Is there any way to manipulate the picture so that I can resize it to 8x10, yet still capture the essence of the picture?

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Cropping and printing: The 8x10 problem.external link

I hope this helps.

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That was helpful, thanks.

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