|4th of July 2007 (Wed)||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2006
Location: Worcester, UK
Sizing Photos for Printing Using CS2
I recently took some shots for a prom session and was delighted with the results. I posted them on my website for friends and family to buy. When I got my first order through, I uploaded to my supplier for 8 x 10 prints but the head and feet were getting cut off on portrait orientated shots.
What is the best way, in CS2, to ensure that images are the correct size for printing, and should I be creating individual PSDs for the various sizes?
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|4th of July 2007 (Wed)||#3|
Join Date: Nov 2004
Location: Wellington, New Zealand
Re: Sizing Photos for Printing Using CS2
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