Okay, fixed the problem. Print at will.
Below is an 8x10, an 8x12, a 16x20, and a 16x24. If anyone would like other crops, let me know and I will create one.
I printed a test of an 8x10 and noticed a few things I wanted to fix. Four people had hair that looked not quite right around the edges. I fixed them, but have not yet reprinted, so don't know if my fixes are quite right.
Not sure how easy it is to find an 8x12 or 16x24 frame. If you decide to print from this site you can also buy a frame from the printer. The prices are not marked up from what the lab charges. They can also mount the photo on a matboard, which keeps it flat.
NOTE: it really is important that I create a different sized image file for say, a 20x30, or a 4x6 so that I can crop it using the original full size image, as well as to sharpen it accurately (different sizes get sharpened differently for best quality).
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