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Registered: ‎08-20-2016

Saving a photo after increasing view to 50%

Is it possible to increase a photo view to 50% and save it that way in digital photo pro? It would be awesome if I could Smiley Happy

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Re: Saving a photo after increasing view to 50%

You will have to ask in a digital photo-pro website.

 

What you can do is crop the photo which will remove all the parts you don't want. Some software - like Apple's Photos will do this without touching the original wo you can revert the change.

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Re: Saving a photo after increasing view to 50%


amyle wrote:

Is it possible to increase a photo view to 50% and save it that way in digital photo pro? It would be awesome if I could Smiley Happy


Use the Crop Tool.  It can cut out part of a photo, and make a new photo out of it when you do a "Convert and Save".

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Re: Saving a photo after increasing view to 50%

Thanks. I use the Digital Photo Professional software by Canon. I figured people in this group would be familiar with that Smiley Happy 

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Re: Saving a photo after increasing view to 50%

Thank you Smiley Happy I have a photo of a blue heron in flight and when I zoom in it is so nice, I want to save it larger but I will try cropping and see if that works for me Smiley Happy
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Re: Saving a photo after increasing view to 50%

Oh, *that* digital photo pro. 8^)

 

I usually say DPP.

 

I think cropping is your best bet, though full shot can be pretty dramatic, too:

IMG_1011.jpg

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Re: Saving a photo after increasing view to 50%


kvbarkley wrote:

Oh, *that* digital photo pro. 8^)

 

I usually say DPP.

 

I think cropping is your best bet, though full shot can be pretty dramatic, too:

IMG_1011.jpg


Nice.  Don't crop your shot too much, because you will lose context.  

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