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  1. Well, I am trying to make the best High resolution sharpest prints that I can on my Cannon printer. The largest it can print is 22”x17” and as you mentioned is not the same ratio of my camera. I have been using the crop tool under custom ratio to try and get the correct print size. I just enter 22x17 in the ratio boxes/circles. I guess this is the best way. i have also tried the resize command. With a resample rate of 324 (The maximum resolution of my Photo vertically) And 17” for the height. When I use to use Photoshop and I did resampling; I noticed the sharpness of the image would sometimes degrade Slightly. I have been trying to avoid this situation. Thank you very much for your time and help.
  2. Thank you for such a great answer.
  3. The measurement is in inches. Sorry for the confusion.
  4. I see 8256x5504 this is after I exit the photo in AP. It is the same when I look at it in Apple photo. i do not want to down grade the image. I would rather keep it at the maximum resolution. That is why I do not want to resample. Yes the photo would be boardless 17”x22”
  5. I have a Nikon D 850. It shoots 45 meg pix shots. I have a printer that prints a maximum of 17”x22”. How do I crop/resize the photo to 17”x22” without resampling or losing resolution. Thank you for your time and help.
  6. It would really be nice to be able to open a photo from the iPad photo app straight in affinity photo for IPad..
  7. Since you can draw to scale in Designer; it would be great to have a dimension command with extension lines, arrows and text. I design furniture and refuse to pay a monthly rental fee to Autodesk. I will never do subscription software. I have been using Designer with some success. The lack of dimensioning is a hinderance.
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