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Topic # 83566 18-May-2011 19:40
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I have an image that was taken from a digital camera that i need to get stretched so it can fit my banner for my website...www.5el.co.nz

I think i need it at width 930 and height 300?

Any advice?

Thanks

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  Reply # 470739 18-May-2011 20:06
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If you don't mind upload the image someplace and share the link so we can see the image and try and set it to the sizes you desire.

If it's a digital photo then the image might need to be cropped as they normally much larger sizes.

I don't have photoshop but use Gimp and http://www.faststone.org/FSViewerDetail.htm for must editing.


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  Reply # 470771 18-May-2011 21:05
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Cropped or stretched? You use the crop or transform tools respectively. Crop/stretch to the ratio you want, then use image -> size to make it the pixel dimensions you need.




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  Reply # 470792 18-May-2011 21:23
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Sorted, thanks guys

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