>How large is your photo now(resolution)? Is is a scanned image, or did you
>take the photo on a digital camera? This info would help us tremendously.
>your Image is not at a 1:1 ratio like a 600:600 image is, then you can 1,
>Distort the aspect ratio or 2, crop off the top/bottom, side(l or r), or
>some combination of the sides.
>On Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 11:57 AM, Ruthy <for...@gimpusers.com> wrote:
>> >
>> >> Hello
>> >>
>> >> I really need to adjust a photograph. It needs to be 600 by 600
>> >> When I change one value it seems to automatically adjust itself.
>> >> I really need to get this done ASAP, so if you can help it would be
>> graitely
>> >> appreciated.
>> >>
>> >I presume that you are using Scale Image. At the right hand side of the
>> >boxes where you enter the dimensions there are 2 chain links which are
>> >joined together, click on these and they will separate. Now you can
>> >enter your dimensions with out any problem.
>> >
>> >Norman
>> >
>> >
>> Its a passport photograph, so doing the little chain things doesn't
>> work, as it becomes distorted.
>> Thats why I was trying to do what the previous poster suggested
>> --
>> Ruthy (via www.gimpusers.com)
the size now is 556W 796L.
Its a scanned image

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