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    You guys are lucky to be able to see 'straight' enough to get whatever is in the frame aligned so that it's perfectly aligned every time.
    I could never manage it.

    I almost never print full frame for that reason. Nothing like a crooked horizon...
    "Often moments come looking for us". - Robert Frank

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    Quote Originally Posted by mporter012 View Post
    Just curious - when/why did it become commonplace to print to the size of 8x10, or even 5x7, when these do not correspond to the actual size of 35mm film? Why don't people print 4x6, 8x12, ect.?
    Where are you viewing photographs? Most established 35mm photographers I can think of print to the dimensions of the 35mm frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson View Post
    You guys are lucky to be able to see 'straight' enough to get whatever is in the frame aligned so that it's perfectly aligned every time.
    I could never manage it.

    I almost never print full frame for that reason. Nothing like a crooked horizon...
    We'll see if I was so lucky today. I included horizon in a few shots and I did my best to keep it horizontal. Any perfecting if needed will need to be done when the print is matted.

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