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A very efficient use of paper, with about 5 percent of the image cropped; the cuts are made equally on the long edges of the image.
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Cropping removes more than 10 percent of the image, and the effect can be especially severe because the cuts are to the long edges in other words, an image that is shot in landscape orientation loses equally large slices from the top and bottom. For most efficient use of paper, choose the layout with three photos per 8 11 inch sheet. This option makes the most efficient use of paper, with less intrusive cropping than the 4 6 layout.
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This layout involves virtually no cropping. If you don t need nine copies of a single image, try selecting three images and printing each picture three times.
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Part 5: Mastering Digital Media
Organizing and Editing Images When using the Photo Printing Wizard, choose layouts carefully and pay close attention to cropping. For casual snapshots, the default cropping might not be noticeable. But for images that are carefully composed, you ll get best results by cropping the image manually in an image-editing program so its proportions match those of the print layout you plan to use.
Organizing Your Digital Picture Collection
Most people throw their digital images into the online equivalent of a shoe box. The Scanner And Camera Wizard can automatically number image files and dump them into folders for you, but that s about the extent of its organizational expertise. If you shoot lots of pictures, learn how to take advantage of information called metadata to keep track of extra details. Image metadata is nonpicture information that s captured and stored within a picture file. Most digital cameras use the Exchangeable Image File (EXIF) format when saving pictures; images may also include metadata that conforms to the International Press Telecommunications Council (IPTC) and Adobe s Extensible Metadata Platform (XMP) standards. (To learn more about the EXIF standard, visit http://www.exif.org; for more details about XMP , see http://www.adobe.com/products/xmp/overview.html.) EXIF metadata typically includes the date and time the picture was taken, the width and height of the image (in pixels), the resolution (in dpi), and the color depth. Depending on the camera you use, metadata can also include technical information such as the camera model, flash mode, aperture, and exposure time. Some high-end devices even allow you to add audio annotations to images and store them in the same file. A few bits of metadata are available in the ScreenTip that appears when you pause the mouse pointer over an image file, as shown below.
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Windows XP doesn t allow you to edit image metadata. But you can use it in Windows Explorer windows to sort and file images. To see all available metadata for an individual image file, right-click the file icon and then choose Properties. On the Summary tab, click Advanced to display a scrolling list of available metadata properties and values. Image data appears above the Description data, as in the example in Figure 21-9.
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Part 5: Mastering Digital Media
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Figure 21-9.
Image metadata is captured by a camera and stored within each image file.
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To really take advantage of metadata, you need to customize the Windows Explorer window so that metadata information is visible. To do so, switch to Details view, right-click any column heading, and then select the names of available fields to make those columns visible. Click More at the bottom of the list to see all possible fields. Here you can select multiple fields and arrange their order in one step. Figure 21-10 shows the results of customizing Details view for a folder filled with image files. The most noteworthy addition here is the Date Picture Taken column. Click the column heading to sort by this field and gather pictures that were taken around the same time. You can search for pictures on the basis of their metadata tags. To find all pictures taken with your GR-DVM90 camera, for example, click Pictures, Music, Or Video in the Search Explorer bar, and then select Pictures And Photos. Then click Use Advanced Search Options and enter GR-DVM90 in the A Word Or Phrase In The File box.
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