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Another post got me thinking about the pictures that I ordered the other day. Snapfish brought up that some of my prints where a digital size. I think they where a little smaller in width. It asked if I wanted them to crop them some and have it fit 4x6. I don't remember what option I used.
What do you do when faced with this ?. Do you like them to be 4x6 and you get to crop or are you aftriad that they might crop a favorite part of your pic. Like say someone's head looks ok with a tiny amount taken off the top, but what if when they crop it, it takes more and now it just looks really funky. I'm thinking of when I do some of the close up of the kids, etc.
One of my cameras is fine, but the other one has that exact issue that the photos have to be cropped some. Most of the online sites I've used, it gave me the option of choosing how the photo is cropped so I end up doing that. That's actually what I just did with the 200+ prints I ordered from Costco. It took some time, but was well worth it as they would have taken a few heads off.