I needed about a dozen photos printed and off to Walgreens I went.
I sat on the stool in front of the machine and started cropping them and moving them around so I would have photos with heads and nothing was chopped off that I wanted in the picture.
It is time consuming when I have a lot of pictures to sit and edit each one so it fits on the picture. They explained to me that I was printing 4 x 6 and cameras and computer pictures are designed for 4 x 5.3 - to make everything fit vertically they have to chop off something to make it fit. Sometimes I've bought pictures in 5 x 7s or 8 x 10 that I wouldn't have done otherwise but if I bought it in 4 x 6 parts were cut off.
Today I was editing away and getting frustrated when I noticed a little icon at the bottom with the size choices. It said "True Digital 4 x 5.3"
I clicked on it and voila - the "print" box surrounded my entire photo - nothing had to be edited. It was awesome.
Plus, I like that size better for scrapping better than 4 x 6 - if you have two pictures next to each other you have a break for the cardstock or patterned paper to peak through or you have space to mat without having to cut the picture up.
Yes, I'm very happy. The price is the same price as the 4 x 6!
Now I can just hand them my photos and tell them I want them all true digital size!
Happy! Happy! Happy! However, I did refrain from doing the happy dance in the store - saved that for when I got home. Or maybe its the effects of the chocolate I bought while my pictures were being developed.