In my experience, it only gives that option if you create a product with a different aspect ratio than the photo. For example, most of my uploads are the original 3:2 aspect ratio, so 12x8, 18x12, 24x16 etc prints don't show the crop option, but 10x8 and all other non-3:2 ratios do.malin-images wrote: ↑Mon Apr 12, 2021 11:42 amHi Tom, I may have missed this somewhere but have searched the forum and cannot find reference to an ammendment. I have just upgraded to Pro account and have a picture that I am offering for sale as a print. When I watched your excellent turtorial it made reference to being able to adjust the view picture to be able to accomodate the size of print requested, however when I did mine I was not given this option ( Which made it fantastically simple) but how do I know what the final print is going to loook like in terms of cropped area to fit the siz e of print offered? I hope that makes sense.
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Also, and apologies if this is obvious, but probably not the wisest idea to publicly list your phone number and email.
Best way to get views is to view, like & comment on other users images but remember don't ask for views or followers in the comments and don't copy & paste the same comment on numerous photos.