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Check out our Graphic Proportion Calculator, a useful tool for resizing images to scale.

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Usage Tips:

    1. Width 1: Enter the width measurement of the original image that you are wanting to resize. For example: if I wish to resize a 4 x 6″ picture, I would enter “4”.
    2. Height 1: Enter the height measurement of the original image that you are wanting to resize. For example, if I wish to resize a 4 x 6″ picture, I would enter “6”.
    3. Depending on what you already know about the desired finished product, you need to fill in one of the following fields prior to hitting Calculate: Width 2, Height 2 or %.
      1. Width 2: If you know the new Width and are trying to find the Height proportionate to your new width, you will fill in this field. For example: if I wish to resize to an image with a 20″ height, I will enter in “20”.IMG_7149
      2. Height 2: If you know the new Height and are trying to find the Width proportionate to your  new height, you will fill in this field. For example: if I wish to resize to an image with a 75″ width, I will enter in “75”.IMG_7150
      3. %: If you know the percentage that you want to blow up your image, you will in this field. For example: if I want my photo to be 5x bigger (500%) than it’s current size, I will enter “500”.IMG_7151

Now you’re ready to hit Calculate!

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