I use the zooom feature and move the image right, or left or up or down. It is right where I want it and then I hit the "set" button, but it does not save the changed image. When I go to the next photo, it reverts back to the original.
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Re: How do I crop my pics right on the LCD screen.
As far as I know (and I have two) the 300d has no crop function, you will need to do this on your computer after download.
I did double check the manual and there is no reference to cropping.
You can rotate the image when in rotate mode using the set button if that is what you were thinking of...?
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This is how I download pictures from the Internet and edit them for use in other programs etc.
First create a "Temp Pic" file in My Documents.
Now go to the pictures you want to download.
Viewing to picture right click on it and select "Save Image As"
Now a download window will appear - locate your "Temp Pic" file location and hit "Save".
To process pictures go to www.download.com and search "Fastone Image Viewer" (FREE).
Install the picture software on your computer. This is a Fulll feature picture processing tool.
Now go to your saved pictures in "Temp Pics". Select THUMBS view.
Double click on the picture you want and it will appear in the FSViewer program. (If FSViewer does not open, click on its Icon and and use the file search on the left side to locate the pictures Temp Pic file.) There are many Preferences as to how you want the program to view pictures.
In FSViewer, double click on an image two view it in normal size. In Preferences you can set it to open all pics in Full Screen. ESC will always take you back.
For using the pics in a web page you can Resize the pictures to meet the requirements of the web page. You can also Crop images to highlight the main subject. The first time you crop or alter an image it will save it back to the file automatically with a new name to preserve the original pic. If you make multiple changes to a pic it will ask if you want to replace the original - say no and ad a letter or number to the suggested file name and then save it.
FSViewer will also download and save pictures from digital cameras as well as offer to delete the original camera files. FSViewer does create it own storage file. You must creat a file folder (like Temp pic to store you pictures) You can also store the pics in MY PICTURES, but create a sub folder for the pics.
Practice with a copy of a picture first to get the feel of the software...
Login to your account. Go to your profile page (link on the top right). Then click on the Photos tab. Click on whichever album where the photo you'd like to be your profile photo is. Select the photo. When on the photo page, look below the photo on the right side. There are a set of links/actions you can chose from. Click on: Make Profile Picture. Crop the photo to the size you'd like it to be on your profile by dragging the corners of the square, then click on the top button: Done cropping.
This will automatically create your profile picture and put the photo in the Profile folder.
This allows you to see where your photo is over or under exposed. It helps you see if the exposure is set right.
You can turn it on and off by moving the Up/Down/Left/Right button up or down. This will move you thorough the image data (shutter speed, aperature, file format...etc.). It should show "Highlights" on the screen when you have this selected.
For shifting embeding one pic into another you need to first crop the initial image which you wish to move. While moving you shall keep in mind about the back ground in both the pics hence you should select the persons pic whose pic which you want to move very closely through the body. For that you can use either wand which would not be of too much help you will have to manually select the area for cropping so increase the visual limits of the pic and use the select manually tool and use control or alt key for minor adjustments. After selecting the image just copy and paste on the new picture and move as per your requirement.
The crop tool will not let you crop in shapes like elements cookie cutter tool will. However, there is a work around to do what you want to do which indecently is the same as you would have to do in Photoshop CS4. 1.Create a new document file or press Ctrl + N. 2.Open an image you want to crop. 3.Press Ctrl + A then Ctrl + C to copy the image. 4.Select the new document file you created and press Ctrl + V to paste the new image in a new layer. 5.Select the Rectangle tool or press U for the hotkey. 6.Move the mouse over to the Rectangle Tool and hold down the left mouse button and select Custom Shape Tool. 7.At the top of the menu you will see a Shape: icon with a pull down option. Left Click on the arrow to expand the window to select the shape you want. If you want more shapes to choose from when the shape window is displayed click on the arrowhead with a circle around it and select a new library or all. 8.Use the mouse to draw the shape to the size and location you desire. 9.The shape will be in a new layer with a mask which will cover the image. Hold down the Ctrl key and left click on the Shape 1 layer in the layer window. This will mask the shape and only the shape. 10.Press Ctrl +Shift + I to invert the mask selection. 11.Use the Select pull down menu to Feather, Modify, Contract, Expand and Border if you want apply those effects around the edge of the mask. 12.In the Layer window click on the eye next to the Shape 1 layer to hide the image. 13.Select the image layer you want to crop and press delete which will delete everything outside the custom shape you created. 14.Do not forget you can right click on the image layer and select Blending Option to add drop shadows and other special effects for the cropped shape.
There's a button on the original remote control that does exactly that:
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Adjusting PICTURE FLIP Settings
You can set the orientation of the picture.
Directly setting the PICTURE FLIP
1 Press PIC. FLIP to display the
PICTURE FLIP screen.
2 Press PIC. FLIP to change the
Setting the PICTURE FLIP on the
1 Press MENU to display the MENU
2 Press a/b to move the cursor to
PRESET, and press ENTER.
3 Press a/b to move the cursor to
PICTURE FLIP, and press
4 Press c/d to select the desired
picture flip setting, and press
5 Press MENU to return to the main
NORMAL MIRROR ROTATE
The PICTURE FLIP screen automatically
disappears in 3 seconds.
• [NORMAL]: normal image
[MIRROR]: mirror image
[ROTATE]: rotated image
[UPSIDE DOWN]: upside down image
One configuration option for the F700 is to turn off the LCD when taking pictures and use the view finder-- this saves battery power. If you press the DISP button to the right of the LCD should turn on. . To turn the LCD back on-- Press MENU/OK (you should see the SELF TIMER screen). Press RIGHT ARROW to select the SET option. Press UP ARROW to select the SETUP option. Press MENU/OK. You should see the SET-UP screen. Use the UP/DOWN Arrows to navigate the options; use the LEFT/RIGHT Arrows to cycle through the options. The IMAGE DISP and the LCD options control when the LCD is powered on.