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Custom Aspect Ratio (4x5) in Lightroom Desktop 4.3

New Here ,
Jun 23, 2021 Jun 23, 2021

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Hello,

 

i've started using Adobe lightroom desktop 4.3 in my MacBook recently, and i use the 4x5 crop alot in my workflow.

however whenever i try to select this crop aspect ratio, it is not avaialble in Lightroom, in both Horizontle and Vertical crop modes. 

i tried to crop via the custom crop mode by entering the values, but it does not crop to 4x5 instead it reverts to 5x4 crop automatically.

 

appreciate if someone could assist me in this, and point out if im missing something or doing something wrong.

 

thanks in advance! 

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Adobe Community Professional , Jun 23, 2021 Jun 23, 2021
When the crop tool is engaged, and you have selected the 4 x 5 aspect ratio, it will automatically conform to the orientation of the image. If you want to change orientation, just press the X key.

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Jun 23, 2021 Jun 23, 2021

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When the crop tool is engaged, and you have selected the 4 x 5 aspect ratio, it will automatically conform to the orientation of the image. If you want to change orientation, just press the X key.

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Thanks alot Jim! 

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