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LrM Export problem

Community Beginner ,
Sep 23, 2017

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Hello,

today i run into a  problem, maybe someone can help me:

when i export a photo , that i cropped in Lightroom mobile, in max resolution it seems that LrM scales ist up, für example a Photo 6000x4000 Original size was cropped to 4000x3000, when i save it  to the camera roll, it has a resolution of 6000x4000.....

How can i export my photo in cropped size to camera roll?

As you can see i cropped the image to 4646x3097

C999ACE8-58E9-4067-8CEB-FCBB5AFD50C1.jpeg

I  exported the image with max. Resolution

i opened the Image in metagear and now the Dimension of the Photo are 6000x4000.....

09ED0787-C77E-4A03-AA7A-9BE36BC33184.jpeg

Thanks & regards

Henning

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LrM Export problem

Community Beginner ,
Sep 23, 2017

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Hello,

today i run into a  problem, maybe someone can help me:

when i export a photo , that i cropped in Lightroom mobile, in max resolution it seems that LrM scales ist up, für example a Photo 6000x4000 Original size was cropped to 4000x3000, when i save it  to the camera roll, it has a resolution of 6000x4000.....

How can i export my photo in cropped size to camera roll?

As you can see i cropped the image to 4646x3097

C999ACE8-58E9-4067-8CEB-FCBB5AFD50C1.jpeg

I  exported the image with max. Resolution

i opened the Image in metagear and now the Dimension of the Photo are 6000x4000.....

09ED0787-C77E-4A03-AA7A-9BE36BC33184.jpeg

Thanks & regards

Henning

henning-schacht.de

Nachricht geändert durch henning schacht

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