Content-aware fill will stretch the sea or sky beautifully.
On Sat, 14 Jan 2023 at 10:06, Moose <olymoose@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 1/13/2023 9:14 PM, Mike Lazzari via olympus wrote:
> > OK, maybe more software related.
> > Background: I photograph my wife's art and we print out copies for
> > sale. Of course she also sells the originals. Mostly she sells
> > So a problem arises when the art aspect ratio doesn't match the
> > Yeah I could print 11x17's but it's way easier to standardize on one
> > size. A couple of her pictures are a bit too wide to look good on
> > 11x14. The composition however would allow for a little bit of
> > stretching to better fit the paper. Printer drivers don't really
> > I am trying Viewpoint but it is more focused on lens corrections. I
> > up with too much distortion. I haven't be able to figure out how to
> > a graduated vertical stretch ideally concentrating the stretching in
> > the sky and water areas and leave the subject alone. This would be
> > minimal, maybe 1/2" top/bottom.
> > So can any of you give me a little guidance? I use DxO, Affinity,
> > Faststone mostly. I have an old version of Lightroom..v5?? but
> > really used it.
> Pretty sure a good job could be done in PS, a couple of options, but no
> idea how in other editors. Looks likely to be
> easy in PS, but I'm pretty handy in there.
> Wanna send me a file to try?
> Inner Moose
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