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How do you crop and save a photo on a Canon Power Shot SX110?

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Hi I have the above camera....it's about 5 years old but I believe the newer models have the same functions? I have a lovely photo of my 90 year old uncle with my son taken today but I cannot find my …
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2y, 3m agoPosted 2 years, 3 months ago
Hi I have the above camera....it's about 5 years old but I believe the newer models have the same functions? I have a lovely photo of my 90 year old uncle with my son taken today but I cannot find my manual and don't know how to crop and save the photo. Anyone out there that can help please? Have looked online and cant find the info there. When I click on menu when I'm on the pic the 4th option down is 'resize' but have fiddled with this and no joy...think that this might be resizing the pixels and not cropping the pic. Any help would be gratefully received!!
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2y, 3m agoPosted 2 years, 3 months ago
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Copy image to pc/laptop - open in MSPaint - click Rectangle selection box - drag the area you want to keep - click crop

That's the easy way

If you need to maintain photo ratio 6 x 4 or other standard - let me know what photo editing software you have available (pm me or reply to this comment)

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#1
If you Google the camera, you might be able to download the manual as a PDF.
#2
Yes I did that and had a look through but can't find cropping on there. Very frustrating!! Been trying for an hour now - I can crop the photo but cannot save the cropped image :(
#3
Sorry. Thats the limit of my help :-(
#4
No worries!! Thank you anyway :)

Edited By: GILLFREEBIE on Dec 14, 2014 20:16
#5
if you can crop the photo you're almost there. if I remember rightly if you back out if it with the back button it saves the image automatically. .......doesnt it. it goes to the end of your photo reel.
#6
Doesn't seem to be working......I go on the image, press menu, resize, then I crop it on the screen.....and then I don't know what to do to save it?! Tried pressing everything and it just comes out of the image and nothing is changed. Ggrrrrr!
#7
Copy image to pc/laptop - open in MSPaint - click Rectangle selection box - drag the area you want to keep - click crop

That's the easy way

If you need to maintain photo ratio 6 x 4 or other standard - let me know what photo editing software you have available (pm me or reply to this comment)
#8
Quickly reading the manual http://gdlp01.c-wss.com/gds/4/0300001224/01/PSSX110IS_CUG_EN.pdf

If it's the correct model/manual - I can't see an option to crop on the camera
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philphil61
Quickly reading the manual http://gdlp01.c-wss.com/gds/4/0300001224/01/PSSX110IS_CUG_EN.pdf

If it's the correct model/manual - I can't see an option to crop on the camera

Thank you.....no we couldn't find an option to crop either.....think its time to upgrade to a new model!! My daughter is cropping it on the laptop for me. Think when I upload it to turn into prints with Jessops or the likes I will be able to crop it and maintain 6x4 or 7x5 and get a lovely print to frame :) Thanks so much for taking the trouble to reply. Really appreciate it.
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GILLFREEBIE
philphil61
Quickly reading the manual http://gdlp01.c-wss.com/gds/4/0300001224/01/PSSX110IS_CUG_EN.pdf

If it's the correct model/manual - I can't see an option to crop on the camera

Thank you.....no we couldn't find an option to crop either.....think its time to upgrade to a new model!! My daughter is cropping it on the laptop for me. Think when I upload it to turn into prints with Jessops or the likes I will be able to crop it and maintain 6x4 or 7x5 and get a lovely print to frame :) Thanks so much for taking the trouble to reply. Really appreciate it.

No problem whatsoever - thanks for taking the time to reply ;)

Let me know if your daughter needs assistance on cropping - and yes most photo shops (excuse the pun) or online photo storage sites offer tools for photo enhancements

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