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Maintaining original picture size after cropping

I am projecting digital pictures through a Optima HD70. I am trying to achieve consistency of projected size af all pictures on the screen. How do I avoid the variation in size caused by cropping in photoshop. What I want to do is crop pictures but maintain the original picture dimensions. I know this would change the resolution but if the shot comes from a high quality SLR Canon 400, it should not loose too much quality. I do not fully understand the relationship between the size of picture displayed in the edit screen and the the final size of a saved image.

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  • Hamhog Oct 07, 2008

    Hi Maruthiairco, could you give me more detal as to what you are saying please, many thanks.



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I think you are referring to "crop".
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Find the difference below

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