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About gogreen1

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  1. Thanks, Boltbait. I hate to ask a dumb question, but do I need to outline or otherwise indicate the area that I wish to lighten?
  2. I have a portrait with a background I'd like to lighten a bit. As you can see in the snippet, I'd like to create a bit more contrast between my dark suit jacket and the dark background. In paint.net, what is the best way to do that? Thanks.
  3. I hate to ask a question that many here might deem laughably simple, but how do I rotate an image about 2-3 degrees clockwise? I took a photo of a sunset over the ocean, and I want to level the horizon. I see how to rotate an image 90 degrees in different directions, but I'm looking for incremental rotation of only a few degrees. Thanks.
  4. How do I open and view multiple images at the same time? I used to tile multiple images in the old Windows Photoex application. That was like arranging prints on a table to do an initial edit. Is there a way to do this in paint.net?
  5. How do I tile several images, or view, say, 4 images at a time?
  6. Thanks, all, for the responses. I understand about sizing and dpi. Suppose I have a 300 dpi JPEG that measures 6.97 inches x 4.15 inches. To make a 4x6, I'd leave the 4.15 dimension as is, but I'd want to crop the 6.97-inch side more precisely, evenly on both sides, to 6.4 inches. What's the best way to do that in Paint? Thanks.
  7. I want to resize some JPEGs so that I can print them at 4x6, 5x7, or 8x10. I can ensure that the images are 300 dpi for best quality. Is there a template I can use that shows me a 4x6, 5x7, or 8x10 window, in which I can place the photos and crop them accordingly? Alternatively, what is the best (easiest) way to crop JPEGs to fit standard print sizes? Thanks.
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