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Damien Symonds

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    Photoshop
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  1. That raw size is still safe - that is, it's above the six megapixel limit. But it's only just above it. When your raw photos are that small, you cannot crop at all. And it sounds like you must have cropped the files that you gave to the client? And yes, it definitely sounds like you bumped your camera to small raw. Have you found that setting and put it back to where it's supposed to be?
  2. Ah well, just add a "View>Fit on screen" step after the Reveal All step.
  3. They're here: https://www.damiensymonds.net/act_web.html
  4. Yeah, I sure can. The fee will be $10. If that is acceptable, send the photo to me at https://spaces.hightail.com/uplink/BellePhotography
  5. No, that definitely won't work. You need Adobe Photoshop for this task. Did I misunderstand your question? When people post here they're asking for my help to edit their photos by themselves. But perhaps you're asking me for a quote to edit it for you?
  6. Hi @Lauren23455, which version of Photoshop do you have?
  7. Your screen MUST MATCH YOUR PRINTS. If your screen is too bright as you say, you have to calibrate again to a lower brightness level.
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