When I make prints in Photoshop I normally go to Image, Image Size and then\nchange the Width and Length to fit the size of my photo paper (4 X 6, or 5 X\n7). Because the proportion of my images are different then the photo paper,\nthe full image does not use all of the photo paper (it uses all of the width OR\nall of the length but NOT all of the width and all of length). When I take\nphotos, I normally leave lots of extra space around the subject matter anyway\nas I did when taking 35 mm film photos. I knew that the developer would use\nall of the photo paper resulting in cropping off some of the width or length\nfrom the negative image. How can I do the same thing....using ALL of the photo\npaper (which I know will consequently result in a cropping of the length or\nwidth from the original image)? Thanks for any suggestions.