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PRINTING 8 X 10 TO A LAB

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I  merge photos in photoshop elemets. The photos look fine at 4 x 6. I want to print them at larger size like 8 x 10. The image shifts at the egdes so I lose part of the merged photos. The part of the photo gets cut off. How do I prvent this form happening so I can get larger prints. Thank you.

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The problem is that 4x6 and 8x10 are different aspect ratios, hence the cut-off. 

Try this:

1. Go to File>new>blank file, and enter the dimensions of your paper stock. Choose background color to suit. For resolution enter 240px/in

2. Go to File>place and point to your picture file. Click on Place.

3. Use the corner handles of the bounding box for adjustment and drag the picture into position.

 

 

 

 

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PRINTING 8 X 10 TO A LAB

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I  merge photos in photoshop elemets. The photos look fine at 4 x 6. I want to print them at larger size like 8 x 10. The image shifts at the egdes so I lose part of the merged photos. The part of the photo gets cut off. How do I prvent this form happening so I can get larger prints. Thank you.

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Correct answer by hatstead | Adobe Community Professional

The problem is that 4x6 and 8x10 are different aspect ratios, hence the cut-off. 

Try this:

1. Go to File>new>blank file, and enter the dimensions of your paper stock. Choose background color to suit. For resolution enter 240px/in

2. Go to File>place and point to your picture file. Click on Place.

3. Use the corner handles of the bounding box for adjustment and drag the picture into position.

 

 

 

 

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The problem is that 4x6 and 8x10 are different aspect ratios, hence the cut-off. 

Try this:

1. Go to File>new>blank file, and enter the dimensions of your paper stock. Choose background color to suit. For resolution enter 240px/in

2. Go to File>place and point to your picture file. Click on Place.

3. Use the corner handles of the bounding box for adjustment and drag the picture into position.

 

 

 

 

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