|Quoting Nwc100 (Reply 2):|
.If i can get the plane in full frame I take it then I wont need to do such a big crop on the pictures helping to retain some of the quality?
|Quoting Nwc100 (Reply 4):|
If you dont mind me asking you another question do the settings for the camera look right or not! for what im doing ?
|Quoting Nwc100 (Reply 7):|
I will go out the end of next week and see what I think then. Its nice to hear from a fellow Sony user, Doesnt seem like there is many of us about!
|Quoting TupolevTu154 (Reply 3):|
In Photoshop, when you click on the crop tool, there should be two boxes on the tool bar, type 1024 and 683 in those boxes like the picture below and all your shots will be cropped to the exact same ratio.
After that, re-size via the normal method (Image>Image size). Make sure "Constrain Proportions" is ticked and type in 1024 in the width box, and there you have it.
|Quoting JRowson (Reply 10):|
Don't you just crop and re-size in 1 go? Type 1024 into the crop box and then right click to change from cm to px and then 683, change to px in the other one and it crops and re-sizes in one go rather than having to crop to the correct ratio and then going to image size and resizing.