yka
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White Border When Cropping

Fri Nov 02, 2001 8:35 pm

I just had all my pics rejected by a screener for there being a white boarder around all the pics. I have no problem with that, but I cannot see how to get rid of it.

It occurs when crop a photo, cut the croped area and then paste it again a new image after which I do the sharpening and other adjustments. I zoomed up on the border and found it too be 1 pixel wide and more less the colour of the pixels around it. I tried a couple things including the "float" and "Defringe" commands and although they reduce visibilty of the border it is still lighter then the surounding pixels and thereby visible when the a.net logo is added.

Here is an example

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Photo © Mark Kisiolek



This pic was not processed by me and hence does not have this border

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Photo © Mark Kisiolek



Has anyone encounterd the same problem? If so, I would to know how to fix it. I use paint shop pro 7. Thanks



 
Granite
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RE: White Border When Cropping

Fri Nov 02, 2001 9:07 pm

Hi Mark

You might have to go into your photo software setting and have a look at whats there.

Possible an automatic border size has been selected and you will have to delete the checkbox.

Look carefully at the settings to see what is there.

Regards

Gary Watt
Aberdeen, Scotland
 
yka
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RE: White Border When Cropping

Fri Nov 02, 2001 9:40 pm

Alright i've figured it out...you can delete this topics Gary.
 
Sukhoi
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RE: White Border When Cropping

Fri Nov 02, 2001 9:41 pm

Mark,

Why dont you just use the crop(resize) tool to resize the original image? I use PSP 7 and thats what I do saves having to do any cutting or pasting.

I havent got PSP on this machine but if i remember the button looks like the outline of a square split in two(?)

cheers

Paul

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