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    Default Developing photo question

    I'm making bomboniere picture frames for ds's baptism with a photo of him. The photo part is 5x7cm. Dh and I took around 5 photos today and need to work out which one to develop, cut out to size and use for the frame.
    My question is, how do I know before developing the photos which one of him will fit 5x7? It's hard to tell by looking at them on the camera screen. Does that make sense?
    I was thinking of developing all the shots we took (around 5 I like), picking from them and then developing the number we want.
    It just means 2 trips to the photo lab.

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    Default Developing photo question

    Put them on the computer and have a look at the photos on your computer.

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    Default Developing photo question

    Quote Originally Posted by RunawayPrincess View Post
    Put them on the computer and have a look at the photos on your computer.
    Will it help with sizing?

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    Default Developing photo question

    It can, if you knew what you were doing.

    It definitely will help with picking your favourite photo, though.

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    Default Developing photo question

    Also, the place you get it printed may be able to print them in the size you want.

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    Thanks ; )


 

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