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Published on Jul 22, 2009
A click on the edit symbol in the lower left corner of a frame will open an editor for photos, texts, and even maps. Here, we need to change the photo settings.
The first section allows you to change the area of the photo that is printed in the frame. You can drag it around with the mouse, or use the buttons on the right. You can also change the size of the section by dragging the lower right corner of the frame here.
To rotate the photo, use this slider. Click on the Preview button to see the change.
If your photo is too dark or too light, you can change the brightness with the second slider, or type in a suitable value. Remember to click the Preview button to see the changes.
The third slider lets you increase the contrast of the photo, but please use that option with care, as large values often look weird on a photo.
The Extended section allows you to change the color of the image. That can be helpful to get a special overall look of the entire book, or to correct tint problems in the photo. Drag one of the three sliders, and remember to click Preview to see the changes. In this case I move the color to a more blueish hue. You can also use the automatic color correction, or let the photo lab do the job for you.
Location finally gives you the chance to set or modify the GPS coordinate assigned to the photo. That is important if you have a map in your book, and want to show the location of the photo in that map properly.