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01/02/2005 07:23:36 PM · #1
What crop makes this photo look better, if any.

Untouched photo:
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Crop #1
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Crop #2
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Thanks for taking the time to reply,
jp

Message edited by author 2005-01-02 19:24:15.
01/02/2005 07:32:20 PM · #2
Something between crop 1 and crop 2 I think.

Robt.

01/02/2005 07:32:38 PM · #3
I say crop one, but crop 2 could work also. But just a caution: If you are going to frame it, with either of those crops, you might lose some of Grandpa's head and maybe part of his ear. Unless you get a custom frame. Most frames cut about 1/4 inch on all sides. You might want to leave room for that.
01/02/2005 07:38:59 PM · #4
Shouldn't be a problem as he can alter the border width on his print to allow for that.

Robt.

Message edited by author 2005-01-02 19:39:14.
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