1 Dimensions setting
The outer measurements of the image can be set by presets for ratio and width (presets menu
With sliders for width and height you can set these values freely (image width
slider, image height slider). The display measurements of the photo can then be
adjusted accordingly (photo width slider).
A photo’s display size on a monitor must not exceed its actual size. Otherwise the pixels are
not sufficient. That’s why the measurements of the displayed image must be smaller
than the original measurements of the photo, if you want to create a section.
You can detect this easily from the position of the photo width slider. If it can
be dragged to the right scope is available. If it is not the case you have to select a smaller preset.
Next you bring the scaled photo in the right position by means of the scrollbars inside the image. You
can vary measurements and position easily until you are satisfied with the result.
With the bottom slider you can change the photo's angle. Then you crop the slanted edges
by creating an image section, if necessary.