I can't get the print crop tool to work or the exif tool to work. I'm really interested in seeing how your apps work. Thanks
Tue, 10 Jul 2007 09:08:02 -0500
Sorry to hear that you can't get these tools to work. But I can't really help you unless you elaborate more on how it does not work. Are there any error messages that you can copy and paste to show us?
Tue, 10 Jul 2007 12:43:57 -0500
I have been using the Crop Tool for several years now and found it really useful. The basic concept explanation is excellent. Before reading that I used to order photos and was surprised due to random crops by the lab. Thanks.
I am attaching a small Excel File based on the above tool. This can serve as a 'standalone' app. Useful when there is no net connectivity.
S A Rao
Thu, 10 Jun 2010 20:49:46 +0000
Title: Print Crop Tool (GPL)
Weblog: Cynosure.X International
Excerpt: For the longest time, I have this Print Crop Tool on my HP 48 calculator. As a photographer, this tool is extremely handy for calculating the crop size of a photographic print for framing. To fully understand the purpose of this tool, please see my "How to Crop Your Digital Photo for Printing" artic . . .
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