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Offline MichaelM

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How to commit a crop
« on: November 04, 2006, 01:06:07 pm »
First, I searched for it and found a question on it, but it only had thanks and the answer was not there.  I also did not see the steps to crop in the help system.

I did a crop on one image to try it out and while it showed the crop frame the way I adjusted it, the rest of the cut out image was still there.  The image did not show -only- my cropped area.

How do I commit a crop in PM?
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Re: How to commit a crop
« Reply #1 on: November 04, 2006, 07:05:16 pm »
First, I searched for it and found a question on it, but it only had thanks and the answer was not there.  I also did not see the steps to crop in the help system.

I did a crop on one image to try it out and while it showed the crop frame the way I adjusted it, the rest of the cut out image was still there.  The image did not show -only- my cropped area.

How do I commit a crop in PM?

You have to do a Save As to save to a new file.

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Re: How to commit a crop
« Reply #2 on: November 05, 2006, 10:16:54 am »
Thank you Kirk.
I assume we don't have any other adjustment editing, like setting white balance with an eyedropper onto a gray area (WhiBal gray card), in the picture.



And, particularly, is there a way of copying the white balance setting from a corrected, sample picture, to all the others in the same light?

<i don't know how to copy an image below, inside img and /img? I put the full path in there?>
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Re: How to commit a crop
« Reply #3 on: November 05, 2006, 07:13:26 pm »
Thank you Kirk.
I assume we don't have any other adjustment editing, like setting white balance with an eyedropper onto a gray area (WhiBal gray card), in the picture.

No, there are no adjustments.

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And, particularly, is there a way of copying the white balance setting from a corrected, sample picture, to all the others in the same light?

No, there is no way to do that since there are no adjustments.

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<i don't know how to copy an image below, inside img and /img? I put the full path in there?>

You just use the "Additional Options..." and upload the image you want to post.

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