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Upload * Need help uploading image info, i have corel photoshop and don not know how to get the right ratio



https://www.blu-ray.com/Lauren-Faust/541193/

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Upload * Need help uploading image info, i have corel photoshop and don not know how to get the right ratio



https://www.blu-ray.com/Lauren-Faust/541193/

I'm not familiar with that software, but there should be a tool to crop the image or resize the canvas to appropriate ratio. Eg. a ratio 1.5 means that if the width of your image is 500 then height should be 750.

The ratio 1.5 = height / width should hold.

Depending on your original image, the lower dimension limits you. If the image is landscape, say 2000x800 then your height is max 800 and you divide by 1.5 to get the max width, 800/1.5 = 533.
A portrait image 800x2000 limits you on the width so max height becomes 800*1.5 = 1200.

I hope this makes sense
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