I hate wasting expensive paper and ink
Ive made two prints of this image:
NewNorthMarket by Friedrich Neeeetzche, on Flickr
Im using Canon's Easy Photo-print EX printing application. When printing, I can choose (for full size images) either "Border" or "Borderless".
When I choose "border", the border is way too big.
And here is the real problem that has me wanting to pull my hair out in clumps:
When I choose "Borderless", it hacks off the ends of my image! Which are important to me to have in the print.
Here is a screenshot showing where it is forcing a crop:
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What is killing me is that the left in right margins get locked in place. I NEED the entire length of the image.
I know there will be white borders above and below the image because I cropped out about 15% off of the bottom of the original image (but increased the canvas size height by adding strips of white split going left and right at the top and bottom), I don't mind them, but it is cutting the sides off of my image and there doesn't seem to be a way to stop it from doing this
I have to have this printed today
ANY advice or help would be GREATLY appreciated!!
Thanks so much!