The Battle of the girl-operator cost me the money that I gave for the reprint is "with fields":) Honestly, if I was hurt … So, let's see, that means the seal "with the fields" or "borderless", so you have an idea of what is at stake. Most digital cameras have a format images with an aspect ratio of 3:4, whereas the most common print size 10×15 cm has an aspect ratio of 2:3. What does this mean? The fact is that in order to print photos on paper size 10×15 cm, to crop part of the photo above and below. This is called framing. Then is, when you order a print "borderless", you should consider that a small portion of the image at the top and bottom will be cropped.
This printing method is suitable, if the photos do not contain the top and bottom of important details, such as human faces or compositional elements. Print "with fields", in turn, means that the image will be reduced and the edges of the right and left white streaks remain – the field. With this method of printing all elements of the image will be printed. That is crop at a press does not happen. Seems to be simple, but there is a caveat.
If you process your photos before printing in any graphics editor (eg, Photoshop), and are themselves set required for Print size 10×15 cm, ie themselves kadriruete your shots as you want it, you should print to make "the fields". And then you get exactly such images, what you have planned without any fields or cropped at the edges. A if in this case you type photograph "without borders" – your picture will be cut, despite the fact that you already own crop under the desired format. What has happened to me in the above story. So, to sum up. If you print images taken with a digital camera without pre-treatment and crop, then select print "borderless". Please note that the photos at the same time get a little cropped top and bottom. If you self-made picture framing under the desired format, then go ahead and print "with the fields." Photographers have just such as you planned. And do not be afraid of girls-operators:) Under the stern gaze and clarifying question: "Just with the fields?" boldly replied: "Yes!" and cut his head, hands and feet in the photos you do not threaten:) Successful you pictures and a nice view of printed photos!